The native perspective: Travelling the world through the eyes of an indigenous woman.
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"Growing up I was constantly trying to be every other culture but my own because it felt like I would never be accepted by either. I was too plastic to be a Pacific Islander, my nose was too big to be Māori and my skin was to light to be African, but now that I am older I embrace all that makes me who I am."
"After travelling to different parts of the world it woke me up to the fact that New Zealand is such a damn conservative country. "
Sleeping under stars like a French goddess, she moves exposed to the world yet re-connects with her iwi to find home again. She is a paddle pop groove amongst lemonade popsicles