Novotel Hamilton Tainui
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... also has 2 tennis courts! Yeah. They seem to be like the Emsworth courts - turn up and play.
Fish and chips again at the wharf - snapper, lemon fish (apparently that’s shark) and gurnard.. yummy.
Still living in our little holiday bubble… sleeping a lot, chilling, surfing. We had Toni and Steve here yesterday (who we are renting from) – and had our first social barbeque. Stu did his usual thing and downed most of a bottle of ...
... view of the lake and at the back is rolling green hills and sheep! Lily is so excited about the sheep. Our lounge room has all glass windows so we can take in the view. Mum did great!
Jake keeps saying he feels like he has gone to so many different countries in just a few days because the scenery is so different in each one. Rotorua we think reminds us of what we imagine Canada or Alaska to look like with the big beautiful lake, mountains in ...
... learners) rather than being born with a predetermined capacity for knowing? Are we little by little, day by day, month by month, year by year steering children in the direction of being more confident, powerful learners? Is our teaching stretching or shrinking children's capacity to learn? Do we ask children interesting questions that expand their capacity to learn? (At 4 years of age a child asks approximately 274 questions per day. After 3 weeks at school the same child asks ...
... 8217;s a whole campus! A library as big as a church…now I get it why people want to study there. Basically when you want to study there, you are living on the campus, or actually they call it ‘the wholes’. With 10-20 students you live on a floor and share the kitchen and shower. You have your own room. After that year you can choose whether you still want to ‘flat’ as they that ‘op kamers’. The majority of the students will choose ...
... amp; tree, Sandyman’s mill & bridge, and the Green Dragon. The Green Dragon is a fully functioning Hobbit style pub where we were all served a drink in a clay mug (we both went for the Frogmorton Ginger Beer). All too soon the bus returned to return us to reality; given the chance we’d both jump at the opportunity to go back!
Now we’re waiting for the weather to give us a chance to pick ...