A couple of days ago I received an update about the upcoming documentary film, Homecoming, which tells the story of the atoll of Pukapuka through the intergenerational story of two bi-cultural women Johnny Frisbie and Amelia Borofsky who journey home after decades away.
Also the day before the premiere the Kau Wo Wolo ( Council of Important People) will do a public screening in Pukapuka so everyone can watch and see their name listed in the ending credits before it goes out into the world.
Our Atoll Speaks will be freely available on the website after it premieres at festivals and shows on Cook Islands television. We will announce when you can see the full short documentary online. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Urupukapuka is the biggest island in the Bay of Islands and is about 40 minutes by ferry from Russell or Paihia. It is part of the Ipipiri or eastern Bay of Islands group. The island's name refers to the many native pukapuka trees that grew on the island. Pukapuka is also the Māori word for book.
Far North Libraries is encouraging pop-up library users to photograph themselves alongside the library trolley at the Urupukapuka Island Visitors Centre. Each person who emails a photo to email@example.com will be sent a prize.
Making puka shell bracelets is a fun way to spend a date night together. It's easy to do, and in the end you have your very own his & hers island bracelets. We are so excited about our March DateBox - it was completely inspired by our last trip to the island of Kauai, and includes a kit to make 2 authentic puka shell bracelets.
Puka shells are bead-like objects which can be found on many beaches in Hawaii. Each shell is the beach-worn tip of a cone snail shell. Puka is the Hawaiian word for "hole" and refers to the naturally occurring hole in the middle of these worn shell fragments. Inexpensive imitations are now widely sold as puka shell necklaces. The majority of these are not made from cone shells, but from other shells, or even plastic. When we were in Kauai, we strung our own Puka necklaces with a local artist. It was so cool, that we asked her to make us special bracelet kits for our March Members - enjoy! Aloha If you're not part of our club, and didn't receive a March DateBox, you can make your own kit. Our shells were sent to us directly from the beach, but you can buy something similar online. Here are the basic items you'll need:
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The official languages of the Cook Islands include English and Cook Islands Māori (or "Rarotongan"). Cook Islands Maori and its dialectic variants are closely related to both Tahitian and to New Zealand Māori. The language of Pukapukan is also spoken and is closely related to the Samoan language.  It is the language spoken on the Island of Pukapuka located in the northern section of the Cook Islands.  2b1af7f3a8