Te Toonati (Kiribati Donuts)

I’ve been writing long enough to know that the writing mojo comes in waves. Sometimes it’s there and sometimes it isn’t. It’s so frustrating when it isn’t, but it will pass. So, I’ve decided to pass the buck somewhat. Instead of forcing something that’s not there, I have asked my mum to write down her recipe for Kiribati donuts. Continue reading Te Toonati (Kiribati Donuts)

David Katoatau and why you should never underestimate the Kiribati people

Kiribati is such a tiny country and if you don’t know about the country, then why would you care if it sinks or not? THIS is why people like David Katoatau are so important to Kiribati. Continue reading David Katoatau and why you should never underestimate the Kiribati people

350 Pacific and the Climate Warriors

I feel more comfortable using the written word to express my thoughts than to stand in front of people that are going about their business with a sign accusing their corporation for ruining the world. But that all changed this week. Continue reading 350 Pacific and the Climate Warriors

A very Islander week.

  I’ve had a very islander week this week.  Well as much as one can while living and working in a city.  Before I tell you about the two wonderful events I went to this week, I’d like to mention one thing.  Obviously, we all have our own personality traits which make up our own personality right? Whether it’s how we interact with others, how … Continue reading A very Islander week.