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Sharon – The Free Range Mama
An early childhood teacher from New Zealand! I LOVE a really good vegetable garden and aim to self-sufficiently feed my family one of these days.
Just call me the dreamer and all round positive provider, by always looking for the best in life and life situations… even though this drives The Papa crazy at times.
I’ve lived in Papua New Guinea with my mum and dad. I think living an expat life in my younger years has contributed to my wanderlust. Later at the age of 17 years old, I ventured out on a year long student exchange programme. I ended up living in Tegucigalpa, Honduras for a year, attending a local art school and learning to speak Spanish. I think travel was a given… there was no question about if, it was alway a matter of where and when.
Back in New Zealand and after finishing university, I needed to start preparing for the next chapter of life travel. During this period of time I met my soul mate and travel buddy, fortunately he was ready to join in the adventure. Enter Mike…
Mike – The Free Range Papa
The braun, the beard and the level head of the family.
Builder and first class Project Manager. Ocean addict and never truly happy unless near the sea. Mike was born and bred in Mt Maunganui, one of the most beautiful beaches in New Zealand. So it’s not hard to see why he lives for fishing, diving and exploring anything ocean related.
Often seen walking beaches on our travels collecting rubbish, and trying to do his bit to leave each place we visit a little tidier than when we found it.
Well known for his beard (which he had before hipster beards became cool by the way), I have seen him without it exactly two times. It tends to just get longer the older we get and so does his hair at the moment.
Lulu and Boo
(Not their real names obviously. They joined our life story somewhere along the way.)
They LOVE animals, cooking and unicorns. Fortunately they are best friends, but are as different as chalk and cheese in every way possible. They’re pretty cool… and we’ll keep them along for the ride for a while longer.
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