Friday, 2 June 2017

Hanmer Camp.

Hello last week Totara two and three went to Hanmer camp. It was my first time up in Hanmer and it was the best school camp I have been on. On the first and second night we went to the Hot Pools. The Super Bowl was so much fun to go down. Sadly up in Hanmer it did not snow just got really frosty. We also went up Conicle Hill then we went into town and went to the Lolly Pot. It was a amazing first opportunity for me and many others who maybe have not been up to Hanmer. My favorite thing up in Hanmer was the Lolly Pot and the Hot Pools because the Lolly Pot had so many different candy that I did not know were made and the Hot Pools because it was good just to calm before tea and bed. Going up to Hanmer it took three hours. My favourite thing to do with my group was Mission Impossible.


  1. Kia ora Tierley,

    My name is Emiely (pronounced "Emily") and I am a blogger at the Summer Learning Journey. I like your writing about Hanmer Camp because you have explained a lot of different things you saw and did at Hanmer Spring. It sounds like it was a great camp! Are you able to explain to me what 'Mission Impossible' is? It sounds fun!

    If you wanted to continue learning and blogging over the summer holidays, remember to head over to the activities page on the Summer Learning Journey website. You can do these activities in any order. Be sure to remember to post your answers onto your blog.

    Summer Learning Journey activities link:

    I hope to be blogging with you this summer!

    Noho ora mai,
    Emiely :)

    1. Hi Emiely thank you for your comment yes I have heard of the summer blogging journey mission impossible at first you have to find a buddy around the same height as you then you do bunch of tasks with your buddy then you get put into groups and you have to try to catch a ball if your team does not catch the ball then it will go to the other team. there is also tree climbing,mounting biking and going into the forest and you get into little groups for four to five and you get a map, a pen and a blank piece of paper thank you

      Noho ora mai Tierley


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