‘Ia ora na, manava et Maeva to Heiva who join the family
The meaning of is name is what He is. Heiva, according to the Tahitian Academy, means :
1°) hobby, entertainment, sports, folk event
2°) Dance, an assembly gathered to dance.
He has a lot in common with Sam. Like him he grew up with his grandfather and learned everything from him. He is a neighborhood young man who well knows our lagoon of Ha’apiti . He rowed for a long time in a Moorea club and participated in many va’a races (polynesian outrigger canoe), our national sport. Fisherman and farmer, kind and humorous, he will share his Polynesian culture with generosity.
He practices traditional sports with Jordan Temairia essential figure of tua’ro in Moorea: throwing javelin, fruit bearers race, holding stone … (Jordan transmits the traditions with passion to the young people of Moorea.)
His dad is from Cook Islands, so in addition to speaking Tahitian and French he speaks English.
He has his PSC1 certificate for first aid.
That’s it, we keep a little mystery. You will know him better by coming to share a beautiful Polynesian day, authentic, in our valley of Oi’o. Be our guests, join our circle of friends, we open our heart, our house and our garden so that you can have a real experience of Polynesian life.
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