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Monday 17 March
Well the rain has stopped and we woke to a nice morning which made our short journey today quite pleasant. We are driving just a little further north to Tauranga but are doing a slight detour so that we can make a brief visit to Whakatane and then follow the Pacific coastal road around the Bay of Plenty and through a few …
... guys farm, and along the way he explained to us how to tell where the fault lines were in the mountainside and where to find sinkholes. Once we arrived we had a short walk to enjoy the scenery, down to the site of the first cave. I actually wasn't 100% sure what to expect on the trip but I just knew I wanted to go in a cave and that I'd see glowworms. We were given helmets with lights and then slowly entered the cave. Our guide explained that it would take about 15 ...
... between educators, children, learning and the environment. Both centres have been nominated as centres of innovation which gave them funding for 3 years to engage in action research, which is obviously at the heart of their work. The threads of their inquiry have been: developing a listening dialogue, growing intelligence, real work, playfulness, surprise/uncertainty, and continuity. And what makes these centres work is: a commitment to shared leadership, a culture of reflection ...
... ticket to Cambodia and the housing in New Zealand until then.
If God leads you to give financially long term or one time please contact me. Because I will be leaving the New Zealand and will be staff in Cambodia, the source to which you would give to will change. Until then the way you can give to me can be by Paypal, YWAM Bethlhem Website: http://ywambethlehem.co.nz/payments (select donate to student/staff, enter my name, type in ...
Massive travel day. The epic bus journey from Tongaria to Wellington was long, draining and simply boring.. The only thing to break this horrendous journey up was stopping off in this random town to do the national sport of gumboot throwing, I.e stand in a field and throw one Wellington shoe and see how far it goes, the most random weird event in the world. We all took turns and the outcome was hilarious, Harry threw his straight up in the ...