Published on 25 April 2016

Latitude 47ºS, the North West circuit on Rakiura-Stewart Island

Thomas on his way to Smokey Beach

Across the legendary Foveaux Strait, south of the South Island of New Zealand, lies Rakiura - Stewart Island. Home to one of the earliest Māori settlements in history, and with a current population of only 380 people, Stewart Island is home to one of the best walks in New Zealand, the "North West Circuit".


Published on 31 January 2016

Taking on the Mighty Mount Ruapehu

Reaching Te Heuheu

Mount Ruapehu is one of the most iconic mountains of New Zealand. With its highest peak at 2,797 metres, it's the highest point in the North Island. I first visited the area in the winter of 2014. Ever since, the idea of giving it a try on snowy conditions was going around my mind. But it wasn't until the end of October that my mate Andy and I finally decided to give it a go.


Published on 28 January 2016

Migrating from Wordpress to Wagtail

As you may have noticed, the blog has been recently going under some renovation. I was a bit sick of Wordpress so I decided to spend a couple of days migrating it to Wagtail. I also re-did the design and the front-end.


Published on 18 October 2015

Wagtail ReCaptcha

Due to all malware issues caused by SweetCaptcha I decided to write another captcha package for Wagtail under my current's company repo.


Published on 20 May 2015

SweetCaptcha for Django and Wagtail

At Springload, the place I currently work, we've recently released Made with Wagtail, a showcase of websites built with the Wagtail CMS. I recommend you guys to check it out if you're interested in this cool CMS built on top of Django.


Published on 12 March 2015

Introducing Wagtail

I recently co-wrote an article for my current company, Springload, about the Wagtail CMS. For those of you who do not know, Wagtail is an awesome CMS built on top of Django, a Python-based framework. If you would like to know a bit more about Wagtail you should read the full article. Enjoy!