THE WEEKLY

THE WEEKLY #230: NEW HEIGHTS

There are hundreds of peaks on Madeira but many seem a little bit too steep, slightly out of reach or comprise of unstable rocks. When you hike from Pico do Arieiro to Pico Ruivo, it already seems quite an adventure but all around this trail are other peaks. When you meet the right people, instead …

THE WEEKLY #230: NEW HEIGHTS

THE WEEKLY #229: NEW DISCOVERIES

After living on Madeira for almost four months now, I had started to think I had seen most regions. Of course, I knew there were many hikes, waterfalls and locations within each region I had not seen but I thought I had a good grasp on what each region looked like. However, it seemed I …

THE WEEKLY #229: NEW DISCOVERIES

THE WEEKLY #227: STORMS ARE BREWING

Figuratively and literally. Not only have a few storms been rolling through Madeira but this year seems to be in a constant battle through turbulence. There’s no time to dwell, no time to relax, it’s constant change and chaos. We now how to deal with a natural storm. We endure and wait for it to …

THE WEEKLY #227: STORMS ARE BREWING

THE WEEKLY #226: BREAKS AND PEAKS

This week was what Madeira is all about. Hiking up to epic peaks through thick jungle trails and then recovering the next day by watching some incredible big waves from the terrace of a small coastal village. You just don’t get that many places in the world. I began my photography journey by shooting bodyboarding …

THE WEEKLY #226: BREAKS AND PEAKS

THE WEEKLY #222: MY ISLAND HOME

I didn’t plan it this way, that was the idea. The plan was no plan. However, the longer it goes the more likely it seems that I will live on Madeira for at least three months if not through the Christmas period. Avoiding a rainy, cold winter on the mainland of Europe is the key. …

THE WEEKLY #222: MY ISLAND HOME