Settlers Motor Lodge
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... and passionate way of explaining her theories.When you are deciding on a Story of Interest you need to be "looking for what's juicy" She also highlighted how we should always consider the child's perspective;
Do you know me?
Do you hear me?
Is this place fair?
Can I trust you?
Do you let me fly?
One practice that was common in all of the centres was the use of photo ...
... by lush, green hills, a deep blue sea, sailboats, wind, and a lot of birds. There are birds everywhere in New Zealand, and although we are about the furthest things from ornithologists, I would have to imagine that New Zealand is a bird-watcher's paradise. The ferry arrived at Picton, which isn't at all memorable. Thankfully our bus to Nelson was held (the ferry departed about 45 minutes late), or we would have been scrambling ...
Before the toss both sides line up to sing our respective national anthems. The kiwis make a bit of a botch of theirs by only singing the Maori first verse and totally forgetting/ignoring the English verse that follows. At least there was no haka. Stirling wins the toss against former Kiwi Test player, Ewan Chatfield before a cap presentation is made to the debutants in the Australian side.
Dave Russell is ...
... we have, it still had that cosmopolitan feel of 'any town'. So with an even longer walk back to the van, we had our usual style lunch and then headed off for the Wellington area which will be home for the next two nights. Our home is the Wellington Top 10 Holiday Park! Which is part of a chain and not literally one of the top ...
... layer of clothes each. After a 45 minute bus journey to the centre of Auckland, we could have quite as easily landed in England with the climate and landscape looking so similar, the only real difference being that the houses are more earthquake proof. Our first experience of Auckland city centre was a promising one as we were instantly greeted by a giant Father Christmas and reindeer propped up above the main row of shops. Being the middle of December ...