Cameron Thermal Motel
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So it's back to the maps, the guide books, and checking out destinations and tourist attractions on google all over again. So exciting - I've wanted to go to Egypt since I was a wee girl - ever since I heard the stories of my dad being in Egypt during the Second World War.
And even more exciting - I have a travel buddy - Vik is coming with me. So going to work is exciting as we get to talk and plan ...
... Olivia had tried out the complex's pool last night (after climbing to the top of the Mount) and discovered one of them was a hot pool, and so we four again went out for a swim while Joey held the fort. If only I'd known! I could see it from our apartment window and rarely was anyone in it, and for most of the day it was shaded by the buildings around, so looked unappealing. But the lap pool was heated and pleasant, and the hot pool roasting! After a spell ...
... have eaten and gently ask/remind children whether they are ready to have some food. If the child is engaged, they are not interrupted, it is when they transition from that engagement that they are reminded.I thought this was important as the young children were able to move through the day smoothly transitioning from one experience to the next. This didn't break their day into chunks and the children were able to learn in a happy ...
... weeks off until the end of the school year in mid December.
-And yes the water does spin the other way around going down the drain.
Here are some often heard, favorite translations as well from NZ to Canadian:
Macca’s = MacDonald’s
Chilly Bin = Cooler
Jandals = Flip Flops
Gritty = Sand save (golf term)
Dairy = Corner store
Boot = Car trunk
Buggered = Tired
Chips = French ...
... day with fantastic scenery.
Left Tauranga in the morning for Mount Maunganui, which, like neighbouring Tauranga was busy but nice. We walked around the base of the ‘mount’, an impressive volcano headland stopping to watch some massive ships passing nearby the coast into and out of Tauranga Harbour. Next over to the beach for a prom’ before heading out of town for ‘Hobbiton’ ...