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... farms sheep we even helped by being a rousy, the person that separates the wool for the shearer. Sophie lasted two hours but boredom hit Emma quickly and we both may struggle to do a full day's work! In typical townie style this was completed in dress and jandals (flip flops).
Carrying on the sheep theme on Waitangi day, a bank holiday, we went down to the A&P show to watch the sheep shearing competition. There were four ability categories in ...
... north. Not far out of town is the farm we’re Wwoofing at. We settled into the Wwoofer’s cottage (it’s nice having a space to ourselves!) and were soon introduced to happenings around the property. It’s primarily a dairy farm, but we’re here to help out on the "lifestyle" end of things: feeding a collection of about 4 cows, 2 donkeys, 5 geese, 4 turkeys, 21 chickens, and 13 ducks; weeding the vegetable and ...
... Families are very much at the heart of the school. When a family enrols their baby or young child here they make a commitment to ensure that Maori is supported at home (at least one parent must speak Maori to their child everywhere) and that the child will remain in Kaupapa Maori education until they graduate. The founding family members of Mana Tamariki set down these requirements based upon research evidence about how best to achieve ...
... Doom or approx l5 hours of tramping! The terrrain varied from alpine herb fields to forest, from tranquil lakes to desert-like plateaus( it looked like we were possibly on MARS! really!!) active volcanic craters, brilliant blue-green lakes, steaming geothermal areas and glacial valleys and steep volcanic terrain.
We did this tramp over a period of 2 days. We stayed in Oturere Hut which is nestled on the ...
... country where it is socially acceptable to fleece foreign tourists. Even the government does it through entrance fees, example 25 Rupees for Indians and 250 Rupees for foreigners. Also I have never got my head round tipping. Coming from a country with minimal tipping I still find the practice a bit uncomfortable and think that it borders on bribery and extortion. Also the tips expected are not small amounts of money and again relates to the fact that many ...