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... the modern world which is even better. It certainly was a good experience. The next morning we packed up and headed into town. Pippa and myself spent the morning in a quirky local coffee shop before wandering around the gardens and hot springs. We also saw the lake and went visited a Maori church. Rotorua is famous for its hot springs and it's funny to be walking down the street and seeing steam rising from the cracks in the pavement. A constant reminder of the ...
... children appear confident in the environment and at ease with the rhythm of the day. As with some other centres, daily routines have been replaced by rhythm, rituals and relationships. The key teacher role is crucial in this environment, initially building a relationship with the child and family through a transition into the service, and developing this trusting and responsive relationship over time. I was interested to see that some of the learning stories spoke of love for a ...
... is about reaching out with compassion on those who are lacking a basic need and teaching them, as well as teaching them about living water, Jesus Christ, the one who satisfies our greatest thirst (John 4:14). The YWAM (youth with a mission) Siem Reap base has a vision of "Saturating the 12 districts in Siem Reap province through humanitarian and Christian works." Siem Reap province is very big. There are many ways God has lead this base to ...
... watch! (They also had the LOTR trilogy but we'd obviously all seen those films before).
Anyway, back to Hobbiton - even though it was raining we had a nice day exploring the lovely green fields and seeing all the different hobbit houses they have there (big ones for filming next to small hobbits, tiny ones for ...
... amazing pieces made from bone ranging from beef to sheep to walrus and even Wooly Mammoth bone. Very expensive for the Walrus & mammoth bone as you need special permits from the Inuit Eskimo tribes and then permits from the USA to ship it to NZ for carving use. The Wooly Mammoth carving was $880. Very nice but a bit to expensive for this brown duck.
Over to Bobby's then for lunch, we got there early ...