Summit Motor Lodge
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- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... behind, but wins the next 2, and fights valiantly in the last, but Hamy prevails. El Mahdi defeats Mulliner in 3. The Egyptians certainly played very well for the all Egyptian final the next day. Pete farewells all and sundry as we make our way out of the club and arrange to have dinner at Kwang Chow's for the legendary all you can eat Chinese banquet. Some ...
... day with fantastic scenery.
Left Tauranga in the morning for Mount Maunganui, which, like neighbouring Tauranga was busy but nice. We walked around the base of the ‘mount’, an impressive volcano headland stopping to watch some massive ships passing nearby the coast into and out of Tauranga Harbour. Next over to the beach for a prom’ before heading out of town for ‘Hobbiton’ ...
... The owners, a couple of local guys that are friends of Jason invited us to their house literally overlooking the beach, for a fire and drinks. They were all from Maori heritage so we asked them some questions and the conversation inevitably turned to rugby. One of the guys explained to us about the haka and how at the England v New Zealand game the other day people might have noticed the haka was different. The reason for that is the haka they did perform is reserved ...
... but I may keep you all up to date with that....if not you can assume why haha, also more good news we have found a football highlight show on tv in the hostel so I can keep up with football back home which is probably the best thing ever. Shaun and Dan left for a few months this weekend and Chris and Guy are leaving next weekend so it's starting to get a bit quiet here but hopefully it will ...
... the vehicle for the Te Whariki curriculum. They use this cultural knowledge as a lens through which they analyse children's learning. It gets me wondering: How do we connect with community and children's lives beyond our kindergartens? What are the stories of the local areas and land that are significant to our children and families? Who are the ancestors of these children and how do we honour their significance ...