I am a student at Tawa Intermediate School, Wellington, NZ. I am in Room 13 and a member of the amazing Pouakai Syndicate. My teacher is Ms Tito.

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Ngati Toa Domain

One fine day in week three the whole of the Pink, Pouakai syndicate were going on a trip to Ngati Toa Domain.We walked to the linden train station then patiently waited for train to come.As  we waited  for the train to come mr O.C made us shout out POUAKAI severel times.  I could tell the public were staring at like we were weird.Finally the train came we hopped on the first carrage we saw. When we got there we properly lined up as a syndicate & quietly talked to our friends  while we patiently waited for the teachers to tell us the boundaries which took for ever.Afterwards , Mr O.C explained  his "if it's yellow let it mellow if it's brown flush it down" method, some walked , some ran,Anton chose to skip to the park.As soon as I got there I ran to the swing set but again I had to wait for a long time.Finally  I got my turn but after a while I got of the swings and played with my friends Emma and Anton. Yes! After two hours of playing on the playground we finally get to go to the beautiful beach.As we ran across the bridge and on to the beach I slowly realised that beacause none of us chose to put on shoes we all got sore feet from standing on sharp rocks and man did they hurt.Emma,Anton and I chased each other  with seaweed,searched for tiny crabs but then let them go afterwards and looked at the fascinating sea snails. A few more hours had past and it was time to say goodbye to the lovely,relaxing day we had there at Ngati Toa Domain.It was sad to but we had to go home to our parents.All we have left is memories. Emma and I sat together on the train across from Anton.We were all sad.Well I said to Emma and Anton'' a wise friend once told me if you love something let it free and if loves you it will come back.And so we held that in our heart and went on with our day.  

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