Eat, Love - Travel ‘IT’S AN ABSOLUTE RULE: NO MATTER HOW HARD THINGS GET, WE MUST FIND A WAY TO HAVE FUN. GO SOMEWHERE NEW, ENJOY SUN, SEA, MUSIC, GOOD FOOD, NEW CULTURES AND COME BACK RECHARGED’.
This is the mantra of Ina Feimi, who is co-owner with her fianc Stuart, of Proper Pi a in O’Connell Street and Fokker Bros in the iaduct. Ina says ‘They both are ‘the face’ of what fast food done-right is for me, but we all need time-out.’ Ina emigrated from Albania to New Zealand in 201 to be with Stuart and e plore a brighter life together. Think going from y Big Fat reek Wedding’ to ife of Pi’ e cept that instead of an ungrateful tiger she had a very kind-hearted partner to swim in life’s waters with her. Ina said she couldn’t believe she had moved to a country where sometimes she could be the only person around, which was completely the opposite to Albania and the constant company of family and life Before arriving and settling down in Auckland though, they made travel a priority. The need to be wise with money, birthed their philosophy of smart and affordable travel, coupled with a strong belief of time-out and timetogether makes life timeless. They spent two years traveling all over the world, place after place, plane after plane, ship after ship; a contagious virus planted deep within them both. In the past, Ina would travel two-three times per year with family, friends or even alone sometimes but had never travelled with a partner.
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very week was somewhere new for them, sometimes two-three countries in a week. She says it got cra y but a good cra y, the best cra y ever. She fell in love with places, fell more in love with Stuart and fell in love with her new self