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This Monday we did some kind of "Bundesjugendspiele" and I was assigned to
"Kugelstoßen“, 100m sprint und „Speerwerfen“.
Well the 100m sprint I changed to 100m jogging*I did not sprint.
The “Kugelstoßen" went very well.
And the “Speerwerfen” discipline was cancelled.
... that they could use their language, where ever you go the road and any other signage is in both languages, English and Maori, a lot of the their words start with 'wh” now this is where it gets funny, the Maori’s pronounce the ‘wh’ sounds like ‘f’ so try and say Whakotame the Maori way.
Our plan is that we put the car on the ferry and cross over to the South Island Thursday and make our way to Queenstown, first ...
... with the children and teachers connected to where they are from. Where a person comes from, their iwi, ancestors, family and place, is significant to a strong identity and so this map represents the centre's honoring of identity. On the third wall is a representation of a marae, with photographs of the teachers and children underneath, symbolising that everyone here at this centre is part of a family. Over and again it continues to strike me how many ...
... minutes later. A good evening catching up with some news, we had not seen any of them for a couple of years. Wellington the next day was sunny and only slightly blustery, it has a reputation for wind. We had breakfast in a typical busy cafe full of the working population. A quick walk around the harbour area and then a visit to the Te Papa museum which is a very ...
Good morning! Yesterday was a verrrry long day. We were up and out at 5.05am to catch the ferry. It was a tricky drive as it was pitch black for most of it along winding mountain roads. Fortunately we didn't get stuck behind anything really slow or that would have really caused a big problem. We got to the ferry terminal at about the right time, not too long to wait but neither too long to have to be miles down the queue! We were soon loaded onto the ferry and decided ...