Saturday, 8 July 2017

Winter Learning Jerney With Rachel Williams

Anamals In  New Zealand.

Kiwi is a very unsafe bird it is in danger.  Kiwi is a small and scared. Kiwi are afaid of pests . Kiwi is food and other birds and anamals. Anther is albatrosses. Albatrosses are the worlds biggest seabird. It is amazing it albatrosses cry to get all the salt out of themselfs. The salt is from the sea water.

Driving Instructions In New Zealand

When you are driving keep left always. Before you go out to drive rest so you woun’t fall asleep we’ll you drive. Always look out for sighs that have 100, 50, 80, and other numbers. Sighs tell you what speed limit your suposed to be on. Make sure you follow the rules there are camras in hidden places. Make sure you never distract the driver in front.  Also don’t drink driving or smoking when kids are in the car.


When you have booked a flight in make sure that you have pass port. Food and snacks will be given out. Guring breakfist lunch and dinner. Make sure you go toilet before you leave because there is only one restroom. Thinking of booking a flight well come New Zealand. We have lots of fun things to do here.

Fun Things To Do In New Zealand

In New Zealand you can book a flight for a plane. Go to rainbowend. See a Consert go to a resteront for dinner. Take a tour around New zealand. Go to the beach on sunny days. Watch movies go golf and much more.


  1. Hi Madison, thanks for sharing these facts about New Zealand (NZ) with us. When I first moved to NZ it took me a long time to learn how to drive here because, in Canada, we drive on the opposite side of the road. After about six months it started to feel normal to drive on the left but I still have to be careful every time I get behind the wheel that I don't make a mistake and turn the wrong way or drive on the wrong side of the road! I like that you have reminded us of the importance of being careful drivers and not drink driving. That is so crucial!

    It is also crucial (important) that we do what we can to protect kiwi birds in New Zealand. They are very vulnerable to attack because they can not fly and, as a result, many have died. At present there are only about 68 000 kiwi left in all of New Zealand. This makes them an endangered species. If you would like to read more about kiwi birds in New Zealand, feel free to check out this link:

    Thanks for providing us with such an informative blog post, Madison. You have made me think carefully about driving safely, about protecting endangered animals such as the albatross and kiwi, and about all of the fun things that we can see and do in Auckland, including going to restaurants, concerts, the beach and Rainbow's End.



    1. Thanks alot Rachel whoa I looked at Leilanis posts there AMAZING!
      I commetd on all her posts.
      From Madison :)...

    2. Hi Madison,

      That is so great to read! Keep up the great commenting :)

      Cheers, Rachel