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Mission Mumma

So yes that’s me!! I’m a Mission Mumma, or a Mumma on a Mission. For those who don’t know My husband and I work with YWAM (Youth With a Mission) in The Cook Islands, we have 2 daughters, 5 and 14 months. 115 more words

Cook Islands

Memories: SHIFT global meditation in Aitutaki, Cook Islands, Pacific, 2009

Light  ☼  Colour and meaning

Sunlight imparting colour to Aitutaki. Its lagoon – all shades of blue and green from palest aquamarine to turquoise to darkest ultramarine. 858 more words

Rosemary Mattingley

To the ends of the Earth for a slice of paradise

The saying “I will travel to the ends of the Earth for you” as cheesy as it sounds it is technically possible. Welcome to The Cook Islands an extremely isolated island located in Palmerston, is it so obscure that it is located at what seems to be the end of the Earth. 32 more words

Survivor Oz Top 10 - Top 10 Least Successful Tribes

Another week of top 10 goodness as we conclude our 2 part series on the most and least successful tribes in the history of Survivor… 1,335 more words

FEATURES

US/NZ to track endangered whales in Rarotonga (Cook islands)

Tuesday, 26 August 2014. Three US scientists are this week deploying satellite tracking tags on Humpback whales off the Rarotonga coast to gain information vital to protecting the endangered mammals from extinction. 249 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Fiji based at Swansea Uni for 12 days

Fiji will be based at Swansea University in Wales for 12 days playing at the Millennium Stadium against Australia and Wales for the 2015 Rugby World Cup tournament. 343 more words

Focus On Rwc

Sunsets

Sunsets are one of the most photographed of nature’s natural wonders. There never seems to be a sunset exactly the same. It comes as no surprise the romance of a sunset whether it be as you stroll down the beach or admire the sun as it says goodnight with a group of friends, it is hard not to be amazed by nature’s tapestry. 48 more words

Photography