Welcome to my brand new website, dangea.com! This website is where you’ll find my latest updates, photos, videos, and music, ALL in one spot. It will also serve as my “launch platform” for my working holiday in New Zealand. Many of you have displayed a great amount of interest in following along while I’m there. This website will allow you to check out everything that’s going on, without having to keep track of a million different websites!
The home page (which is where you’re at now) is going to display all of my articles I’ve written in order of newest to oldest. Not only do I plan on uploading photos and videos of my holiday, but I’ll also be uploading articles on different excursions I’ll be doing, awesome hotspots to hit up, food joints, travel tips/tricks, and virtually anything else. I’ve designed this website 100% by myself, so apologies to those web designers out there who are melting in disgust right now at my lack of good design!
This website will cover most all other aspects of my life as well. I’ve already packed the site with a great deal of content, but of course, once my feet hit the ground in NZ, expect a whole lot more! I’ll also use this site as a means to answer questions people might have about my trips abroad. In fact, I’ve already gotten a fair amount of questions about my trip. The #1 question so far has been:
“Where the **** is New Zealand?!”
New Zealand is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. It’s about a 3 hour flight southeast of Australia. It is a Polynesian country, meaning the original inhabitants of NZ migrated from other South Pacific islands, including Fiji and Hawaii. It is an absolutely beautiful country! If you’ve ever read any National Geographic magazine, or have ever watched “The Lord of The Rings”, then you’ve seen NZ landscape! Expect many photos and videos to be taken along the way. I’ll try to upload as often as possible, wifi permitting of course!
I hope you enjoy the site! If you have any questions or comments, be sure to stop by my contact page and drop me a line!
Thanks for stopping by! And as always, stay frosty.
– Phantom Out.