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Sunday, 9 July 2017

Winter Learning Journey ~ Day 2

Day #2: New Zealand by Land and Sea
After a short ride through Auckland it is time to start exploring the rest of the country. Today you are going to venture around the north island of New Zealand to look at active volcanoes, gorgeous beaches, windswept coastline and lush, green bush. As a group, you will start at Rangitoto, the largest volcano in New Zealand before driving west to Karekare, a stunning beach on the outskirts of Auckland. You will finish the day by driving north to visit Tane Mahuta, the oldest living kauri tree in New Zealand.
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Activity 1: After a very busy day of sightseeing you and your group drive from Tane Mahuta to your hotel in Dargaville. When you arrive you decide to sit down and record your thoughts in your travel diary.
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Before you start writing, take a minute to read more about Rangitoto island, Karekare beach and Tane Mahuta.  On your blog, tell us which of the three places you most enjoyed visiting and why.  
I think Rangitoto Island is or would be more funner and more cooler because there are many variety of activities and things you could do there including swimming climbing and other and also I love that it's in Ireland pretty much well I think it's an island yeah I think it is also It looks quite beautiful then the other ones, the other ones are pretty cool too but this one I would more prefer.

Activity 2: As an island nation, New Zealand is completely surrounded by water. It is the perfect place for people who like to swim or to sail! While in Dargaville, recovering from your busy day of sightseeing, you notice a number sailboats going by. One of the boats is manned by a young German girl named Laura Dekker. At the age of fourteen she sailed around the world the entire world by herself. You can watch a short video clip about her adventures here: Laura Dekker sailing trip.   
Let’s imagine that you had the chance to interview Laura while in Dargaville. On your blog post five questions that you would ask her.
  1. What made you want to Sail?
  2. What is your favourite thing about Sailing?
  3. What was your favourite country you sailed to?
  4. How long did it take you to Become such a great sailor?
  5. Lastly, If you could meet any Professional Sailor in the world who would it be?
Bonus Activity: When you finish your interview with Laura, you decide to keep on interviewing people. For this activity, your task is to conduct a real interview with an actual member of your family. Please ask them to think about their five (5) favourite things to do in the out-of-doors. They can be things that they enjoy doing on land or in the water. Post the list of outdoor activities on your blog.
Sister
  1.  Swimming
  2.  Walking
  3.  Sports
  4.  Playing with friends
  5. Random
Mum

  1. Swimming
  2. Having a Spa
  3. Walking
  4. Go karting
  5. Driving

Bonus Activity: 10 points

I am so sorry if there is mistakes and edit difficulties.

4 comments:

Luisa said...

Well done Cherise!. I myself prefer the beautiful scenries of Rangitoto and would also like to visit there too!. Your questions are well established!.

Keep up the great work!.

cherise said...

Thank you so much LUISA.
Thank luisa for the support and nice comments.

Keep it up too!!
Cherise

Mrs Tofa said...

Hmm what would random involve as an activity? I went to Tane Mahuta on Monday. Lovely and peaceful place. The tree is huge too.

Warm regards
Mrs Tofa

daniel said...

Hello Cherise
Good job on completing day two. I think Rangitoto is a excellent choice. I've heard that the view there is amazing. Keep up the amazing work.
Daniel

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