AKA Jammy Tickles the cat or Majmun (My-mun) the monkey, he love cars - any cars - but especially Mercedes, the luxury version. He’s into dinosaurs, building, removals, football and running and gardening. Sometimes he is Usain Bolt and at other times Pepe Reina (Liverpool goalkeeper). Well-travelled, articulate, imaginative, creative and, dare we say it, obsessive, near-five-year-old Z-Man keeps us entertained and on our toes (forever probing with the question why?). A stickler for accuracy and a great rule-changer, he is proficient at snap, jumping in puddles, cleaning with branches and digging with sticks – who needs toys?
Is a 31-year-old natural born organiser, vegan-(raw-inspired)-yoga-mom-domestic-guruess with an insatiable appetite for travelling. Through her teaching she has been sprinkling her yoga bliss globally for a decade. Between bending, breathing, globetrotting and stretching, she indulges in the womanly world of home-birth, blessingways, breastfeeding, natural child-rearing and the culinary arts. When not dabbing her fingers in a raw dessert creation or colour coordinating a friend's closet, she dreams of a euphoric place to settle with her family where they can live together with like-minded individuals, growing organic food, having access to clean, fresh water while seeping her soul with vitamin sunshine. The icing on the cake for her would be to one day have an outdoor yoga space twinned with a healing/teaching/learning centre for all things womanly. However, keeping her grounded are her ongoing written contributions to popular mothering magazines and raw food / lifestyle websites.
Having deliberated for close to five years, 43-year-old London-born Claude finally traded in the security of a job as a magazine editor (22 years) in December 2009 for life on the road – and in the air. More precious than money is time and his journey was to discover a true sense of freedom ( and joy) away from working for big corporations and being drained by hours of commuting in a busy capital, as well as discovering in challenging situations what it means to be a husband, father of two, provider and human being. He reminds himself each day that life truly begins outside the comfort zone and that it is the journey and not the final destination that matters most.