The Narrows Landing

431 Airport Rd. R. D. 3 Tamahere, Hamilton, North Island, 3283, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 431 Airport Rd. R. D. 3 Tamahere, Hamilton, is near Hamilton Gardens.
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    Pedagogy Trumps Curriculum

    A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... as developing 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 ...

    Back to teaching

    A travel blog entry by nandz on Apr 06, 2014

    ... Don't skip through that tiny town.
    The shop Three Little Birds in Raglan has the most amazing leather sandals - made to measure for $125. They are so unique I nearly bought some were it not for my need to save to travel.
    It's getting darker earlier and for longer now. It's worth staying in bed an extra couple of hours if you don't have to get up for ...

    Hamilton lake parkrun

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Feb 01, 2014

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    ... ahead early on, but not going away from me, and as we took the solid path with the lake on our right, I settled into a rhythm. Similarly to last week, I wasn't pushing it but was moving reasonably quickly, but eased into second when sitting on Katherine's (for that was her name) shoulder might have been a better-paced option. Still, as the path swung round the lake I was through 1km in 3:33, which for me is none too shabby, and right on the heels of Kevin (for it was ...

    Free Campervan part 2 - Huntly

    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... would be on the coast itself and would have the views! What we hadn't realised for quite some time was that over to our right (east) we could Look over to Mt. Taranaki! What a site, we tried to get pictures exactly as we saw it, but failed! The landscape really was totally flat then this mountain just appeared, from the south west of it we could not see an other mountains or raised land, just this single mountain seemingly rising from nowhere! After maybe 10/15 minutes of ...

    Baby it's cold outside!

    A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Sep 19, 2013

    34 photos

    ... pointed out details, explained some of the effects used - particularly some of the aging effects on the set like making lichen out of concrete and wood chips and 'shooting' it onto the fence posts and texturizing the large logs used in lintels with chain saws then soaking them in vinegar for that 100year old sun tan.

    We climbed up the hill to Bag End, Frodo and Bilbo's house, and the view across Hobbiton was ...