I thought I would start up a blog to practice writing for what I want to do in the future - something to do with Journalism. This page will display me practicing how to write articles, photos, people, places, events, inspirational quotes, updates, what I love, what I don’t love, life & interests and just mucking around etc... so whoever is reading, I hope you enjoy it!
Traditional Samoan Umu - similar to a hangi in Aotearoa except the food is not cooked underground, it is usually cooked above the ground rather than in a pit. The Samoan Umu begins with a fire to heat up the rocks, once the rocks are hot enough they are stacked around the parcels of food which are wrapped in banana leaves or tin foil. Leaves are placed over the food and it is then left to cook for a few hours before ready for serving. We tried this for lunch on a Sunday for tonai’i :)
There were many gorgeous flowers growing in Samoa but this was my favourite - the beautiful hibiscus flower of Samoa taken in June 2011 on my trip.
your blog is beautiful :) yay i can send you messages now xx luisaarabellarose
Aw thank you Lu :) I haven’t had much time to post things but I love it when I do have time. Your blog is gorgeous. xxx
Mother Teresa of Calcutta - Amazing Lady to say the very least!
Gorgeous little Indian girl.