This blog is a record of my learning from Glenbrae School in Auckland, NZ through to Tamaki College.
Bonjour Alex!,Wow! I really enjoyed your work.IM very thrilled of your choices of what you are going to do as a Waitangi visitor.What else would you do? Well,Keep up the hard work AlexNitaa
Hi AnitaI would also like to go and look at the Waka.Alex
Kia Orana Alex,Well done on completing this activity. Well since you have already visited Waitangi, what else would you do not including the activities you have already when you visited. Keep up the greeat work!Telesia
Hi Alex,Ruby here from the Summer Learning Journey team!Great work with this activity. Those are all great ideas for things you could do in Waitangi. What one would you like to do the most?I've been to Waitangi a few times and I always enjoy walking around the grounds and learning more about Aotearoa's history. Once I was there on Waitangi Day and when they did the 21 gun salute, I got such a big fright! It was very loud. What does a 21 gun salute symbolise, I wonder?I look forward to reading more of your blog.Cheers,Ruby.
Hi RubyThe one that I would like to do the most is go to the Marae and see all the patterns and also know the history of the tribe.I think 21 gun salute is an honour towards the ceremony.CheersAlex