The Narrows Landing
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... about. so into conclusion we need to stop think and help! i really hope you have changed your opinion on cyber bullying and that you can help."
Poppy, on her return also wrote a lovely poem all about Trushi before her leg operation, her school teacher after reading it then entered it in to a local schools writing competition;
The last goodbye
I sit here
Waiting to say my last goodbyes
... movie locations in New Zealand. In March 1999 the NZ army commenced work to build a road to the site. The initial set was not made to last and was dismantled after the filming of the trilogy, but thankfully in 2010 the set was rebuilt for the filming of The Hobbit. Whilst there are 44 hobbit holes on view, sadly it is not possible to go in any of them as the internal scenes were all filmed at Weta studios.
We had a pretty terrible ...
... Ani, once or twice a week.
As I mentioned before my surfing is improving super duper fast and is continuing to do so. I’m getting more and more confident in taking off on bigger waves and know quite a few of the locals. Sadly pretty much none of the girls my age surf so I’m stuck with surfing with the boys. Quite a few of the boys In my class surf really well so its kind of cool when we ...
... under a waterfall to the delight of some (mainly younger) passengers.
Then our boat docked at the Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory where we learnt about and observed the sea life of the area including Black Coral, which is actually white. My only disappointment here was that we could just stay half an hour. I would liked to have stayed all day to watch what came swimming by the window 10 metres below the surface.
Our bus driver had asked earlier ...
... all skeptical about how they could predict the geyser explodes at the same time every day, but soon found out it doesn't. .... It's induced using some fancy biodegradable, nature friendly soap stuff. There's an interesting story about how 'inducing geysers' came about...... Rotorua used to actually be home to a local prison. Petty thieves, nothing too serious. As there wasn't really much to do - the guards used to allow the prisoners to walk around ...