Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Day #5: One Step at a Time… : Activity 2

Activity 2: After the adventure at The Lewis Pass Scenic Reserve, you are pretty happy to get back into the shuttle van and continue with your road trip. Over the next few hours you travel up and over the Southern Alps, arriving in the city of Christchurch to eat lunch. You have a delicious meal at a cafΓ© downtown and then hop back into the van to travel to Twizel, a small town at the base of Aoraki-Mt Cook. Mt Cook is the largest mountain in New Zealand. It is also the mountain where Sir Edmund Hillary trained for his climb up Mt Everest the tallest mountain in the world. Sir Edmund Hillary is very famous because he was the first person to ever reach the top of Mt Everest!

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Now it is your turn to learn about a famous New Zealander. Use Google to research one famous person from New Zealand and then create a DLO and post it on your blog. Be sure to include: 1. The name of the famous person, 2. Where they were born, 3. Why they are famous, and 4. Two other interesting facts about them.


cherise said...

Wot Wot
Great choice you have chosen, S.B I didn't think of him but great choice
Man its like everything is opposite I thought you and Luisa would choice to do K.A - Kj Apa, but no


Aaliyahna M said...

Hey Cherry (Cherise)!

Yes, despite my deep love for KJ (because of his characteristics) on Riverdale, I decided to do a male, with a well - known reputation, not implying that KJ doesn't though!

Thank you so much!

sarah said...

Hi Aaliyahna,

Great DLO on Sonny Bills! Can't wait too see what you have in mind next!

daniel said...

Hi Aaliyahna
Your DLO about Sonny Bill Williams looks amazing. I like how you made your information face the opposite ways - it makes it look very cool. Keep up the great work.

Luisa said...


Great DLO!, you've made a wise choice on making one on Sonny Bill!. He's one of my many rugby inspirations!. Your DLO is informative and creative. Excellent work!.

Kind regards,

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