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Sunday, 1 January 2017

Footprint and more

What are two things that you have learned from your travels? I learnt Japanese people have interesting breakfast's and two of Japan's famous icon's Jigokudani Monkey Park – Famous hot spring with live monkeys and Himeji Castle – Best existing example of Japanese castle architecture.


7 comments:

Rachel Williamson said...

Kia ora Serenity,

It sounds like you have learned some really interesting facts about Japan. They do have very unique breakfasts and they also have amazing architecture and natural landscapes.

I actually had the opportunity to visit the Monkey Onsen (hot pool) when I was living in Japan and it was pretty spectacular. A friend of our took us to Jigokudani park in the middle of winter so that we could watch the monkeys playing in natural hot pools located in the middle of a snowy forest. It was pretty spectacular!

If you had to choose between the monkey onsen and Himeji castle, which one would you rather go and see? Are you more interested in animals or buildings? I'd love to know what interests you most!

Great work with your blogging, Serenity. You're making awesome progress.

Wishing you and your family a very happy new year :)

Rachel

Serenity said...

Onsen monkey animals

Von said...

Hi there Serenity,

My name is Von and I from S.P.X school. Nice foot print. I was wondering does the shape of your foot print represents something about Japan. Nice job for finishing this task and keep up your amazing work!

Von,

Serenity said...

The red stingray (Dasyatis akajei) is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean off Japan, Korea, and China, and possibly elsewhere. I tried to creat a stingray that looked kida of like an iland like nz

Serenity said...

"Island

Rachel Williams said...

Kia ora Serenity,

Congratulations on placing first in the Summer Learning Journey blogging programme for your school this past holiday. You were a blogging star! I will look forward to seeing you when I bring your prize pack into Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Puau Te Moananui a Kiwa. I will do my best to drop if off on Friday morning!

Cheers,
Rachel

See you soon!

Rachel

Talya said...

Ka pai Serenity, me o mahi e pa ana ki "Japan". He tino rawe.

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