A few years ago I sent you a comment and question looking for some friends that I met over 30 years ago and you answered me. I actually bookmarked the page but it was no longer there. I see that you had to take down some of your posts and unfortunately mine was in that section of posts. I am looking for a family that lived on Patiti Beach. I am not headed to New Zealand and was going to see if I could possibly meet up with at least one of the family members. I got to spend several days with this family. I don't know the exact number of children, but I know of two daughters. The older daughter, I can't remember her name but we used to write back and forth. The younger daughter was named Toretia. She had heart condition and actually went to New Zealand when she was under 10 years of age to have open heart surgery. The last time you messaged me back in 2009, I think you said she had moved to New Zealand. There were two brothers I remember. The elder son's name was Ngaro and from what you told me last time, he was killed in a motor bike accident. The other son's name was Roterto, or something close to that. I would really love to touch bases with this family once again. I don't know if the parents are still living or not. I know that the elder daughter that I mentioned was close to my age. I am hoping that they would still remember me. I sent them framed pictures of all the members of the family that were there the several days I was with them and, like I said before I was in constant contact with the elder daughter for several years, but in moving and some setbacks I had lost contact with them. Can you give me any insight as to this family? If any of them still live in Aitutaki, I would love to know how they are doing and that I still think of them on a daily basis. Thank you for your time.
Website author's note: I'm afraid I can't help but maybe someone reading this can. I will happily pass on all messages
hello ,i have never been to cook island but my daughter has been twice it is true what they say about the islanders ,they are very friendly and make you welcome.ihave friends who live there called paul and sera shedden ,the place looks lovley i would love to go to the cooks and find work as i am a disabilty carer also a age worker ,if there is any work going i would love to here .I feel this is a place i would love to live and enjoy my life chers from australia .
I love the Cook Islands as if it were my home and to see the athletes proudly carrying the flag and the pedal which I knew would soon make up just one part of the Olympic Torch, brought tears to my eyes. Being familar with many of the athletes on Rarotonga and their commitment to everything they do, I can only imagine how well our London bound athletes will do.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Cook Islands for standing behind the Islands athletes in yet another endevour setting such a fine example for the children of the future. Good Luck to All and please know there are thousands watching the games and cheering you on, even though they didn't take the time to write!
Our best wishes to our friends in the Cook Islands at the 2012 Olympic Games.
With George George at the helm it will be a wonderful exprience for the young people attending.
Paul & Roberta Karpathy
Good luck to the Cook Island team. I live in the Uk and would love to meet the team
Good wishes to the Cook Islands Olympic Team in London!
I would love to come to the islands & stay awhile .!
I think I would even enjoy a working vacation .
What's the cheapest I stay their ?
Greetings from Germany sends the first JFC AEB Hildesheim. You have a , made good site. Then you can be proud of. All the best for the future! I would be delighted if you visited our HP once.
I havent been to the cook islands yet..but my mum who is actually my nan who i was brought up by is from mauke..her name is Tangata Panu Adams nee Teauiti and her dad our papa is buried there and her brother is still alive and lives on the island..were hoping to have a family reunion in a couple of years and are planning to come over there for it..my sisters have been over Metua,Teina,Cheryl and my biological mum Panu so fingers crossed that this happens would love my children to know their family history..fingers crossed it happens
Thank you so much to your website I am able to learn my own language in my own time.
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