Kingsgate Hotel Hamilton
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... find some clues like shaking and turning red when you get angry and then when you notice them you drop your anger by doing 3 mindful breaths.
I'm so excited because I'm nearly eleven and that means I'm so amped to get a new skateboard and because next year Joe is coming to New Zealand and lots of other friends.
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I got the lucky chance to take a last minute trip to England and ...
... accommodation is in 4 bedded dorms set into the trees and costs $29 per bed, per night. It is ridiculously clean and has amazing showers. The afternoon was spent walking on the endless black sands at Wainui (meaning big water) beach. Some of our bus mates joined the surf school whilst others sat and watched the waves. Amongst them are Dutch, American, Canadian, every type of Scandinavian, German ...
... parents as they were flying to Sydney to do some travel over there. We said our goodbyes again and then there were four. We did some more wondering and Alex got one of those neck pillows as his flight back to Vancouver is a long one. He was getting the bus to the airport at 16:00 so when it came around we went to the bus stop with him and said our goodbyes. That was a sad one as him and I were part of the original four with peta and bri. It was ...
... the one we wanted to do, which also include and abbsailing, we were too light for it and the other was to expensive *sad face*. We did the trip that David Attenborough did. The glow worm caves were incredibly beautiful it looked just like a night sky. The second cave wasn’t as stunning but more educational. Don’t remind me of those horrifying spiders. After that we drove home thank fully on a tarmac road so no dust clouds this time.
... The first garden I came to in that section was the Italian Renaissance Garden and it was my favourite one. It looked similar to gardens I've seen in Florence and was very authentic. Next was the Japanese Garden of Contemplation, it was nice but quite small in comparison, and it lead on to the English Flower Garden. Now I'd like to say it was impressive but in comparison to the other sections it was rather boring! I quickly moved on to the Chinese Scholars Garden which was ...