Somewhere in rural Wales you’ll find the Kiribati Honorary Consulate, and there you’ll find Rotee Walsh. In this episode we learn about her life, and how she’s raised her family with an appreciation of both cultures.
You can read more about their home and the work of the Kiribati Consulate in this BBC article. I also encourage you to read up about Object Lessons, the project Kiribati Tungaru Association did with the British Museum.
A correction from Michael:
We did not in fact visit Waikiki beach on our honeymoon (we went to Samoa, Tonga and New Caledonia, and then to Australia and Singapore on the way back to Ireland). We went to Hawaii on a later trip back (although still before Cordelia was born).