Comfort Inn Southern Cross Hamilton
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... in England went like a blur seeing friends all the time. I had a lovely sleepover with my friend Holly and we continued are tradition of watching Jurassic park. All of sudden it was my last night. I spent the evening with Jenna and Pauline just catching up. Jenna made us scones, the best I have ever had, with raspberry jam and clotted cream, a real afternoon tea. We then decide to drive down to West Wittering’s and go for a walk. We spent the evening doing gym on the ...
We woke up in our hotel in Rotorua, ate breakfast, packed up and left out. I should mention that when you enter the city, you are quickly made aware that it smells of volcanic activity! The rotten egg smell of Sulfur permeates the entire area. Luckily, you do get used to it.
Also, most hotels/motels do not have screens, so perhaps that very large and menacing cockroach that had been in our hotel came through the window? Who knows! All I know is that there ...
... students are around 10-11. I am in room 6 and I am going to room 8 year. This may sound weird as it looks like I am skipping a room, but is because room 7 and 6 and both a mix of year 5 and 6, and I am year 6!
Teachers!!! My teacher is called Mrs Trrili. She has ginger hair, she is not too strict, but she gets her ruler out if you are too naughty!
On Wednesday we have a different teacher to the rest of the ...
... Naughty Tiki!
Also we have a movie drive in our house which is fun to have. I’ve watched a couple of films. You don’t mess with the Zohan was my favourite because it is super super funny.
Today we visited Bridal Veil Falls. It was made by a volcanic eruption; the waterfall was amazing it looked fabulous. On the top floor I got a tingerly feeling that I was going to die. On the ...
... Colony at Cape Kidnappers and a trip over the White Island volcano from Whakatane. Planning our travels around the North Island we very quickly became accustomed to the pronunciation. In Maori ‘wh’ is pronounced like an ‘fu’ so you really do sound like you are swearing when you mention most names, our favourite being Whakapapa, yup replace the ‘wh’ with an ‘fu’!
So we had a ...