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Awesome presentation Patrick and Ralph!I liked the images that you had and I liked all of the facts. I learnt a lot from this slideshow and I hope that you had a great time in Queenstown. Keep the awesome work up!!!From: AJ
Konnichi Wa Patrick and Ralph,Looks like a great trip. I like how you really showed me where you went in Queenstown and what specifically you went to in Queenstown. That slide was very good as well. I like how it went from side to side.Did you know that snowmaking was invented in a Queenstown ski field in 1991? Did you get home sick? How did you feel when you went up close to a wild kea?Looking forward to your next blog post.Yaldhurst Model School (YMS) Violet
Hi Patrick and Ralph I really like your post because they are interesting and awesome.Hunter yaldhurst model school
Hi Patrick and Ralph,I really enjoyed reading your post because it is a great way to share your awesome trip to Queenstown. It hooked me in and I want to do it next time if I go somewhere. I loved the way you made your slides move after a while and the images in them made them really cool and it had a lot of information init. If you were you able to go on a trip somewhere else where would you go and why?
Hello Patrick and RalphI really enjoyed looking at your guy's post. What I liked overall is that you told us the specific places you went. What I think you should work on is adding more information not just one sentence. Also Did you know that an A320 was first flown by Air France? in 22 February 1987, also i can go 1037 kmp.Joe from Yaldhurst Model SchoolLook forward to your next blog post.
Hi Patrick and Ralph,I like the way you have added interesting information about your trip, and how you added pictures to keep us intrigued.Did you know, that Bungy New Zealand’s Kawarau Bridge bungy site (established 1988) was the first commercial bungy operation in the world?What was your favourite part of your trip? And if you could go back, what activities would you do again?Laura,Rimu,Yaldhurst Model School
Bonjour Patrick & Ralph!It sounds like your trip to Queenstown was really fun. I really like the way you transitioned your slides, they made the post even more interesting. I like that you added lots of photos. I really enjoyed reading the part about your snowboarding adventure! It sounds like it was pretty cold. Did you know that the coldest temperature in Queenstown recorded is −8.4 °C? It sounds like you had lots of fun in Te Anau! How long was the journey to Milford Sound?Kind Regards Bella N,Rimu Class,Yaldhurst Model School.
Nazdárek Patrick and Ralph,I really enjoyed all of the transitions when moved from slide to slide.Did you know that Puzzle World was built in 2007 and has been visited over 2 million times. Also it started out as just the maze.What was your favourite place that you went and why did you like it the most? Also did you like Wanaka or Queenstown better and why?S přátelským pozdravem,Grace,Yaldhurst Model School (YMS),Christchurch
Bonjour Patrick and Ralph,I like your post because I love Queenstown! Do you like Coronet Peak and why? It looks like you had an amazing time over there. I wish I could go. Do you know that There are 82 registered wineries in Central Otago! Thats a lot of grapes. I hope you had a cool time in Queenstown.Nga mihi nui, JesseYaldhurst Model School, Christchurch
bonjour Patrick and Ralph,I really liked your post it was way more interesting how it had pictures and not just boring words. Also did you know that there are actually a couple of theirys about how Queenstown was named the most common is that foireners thought that it was a town fit for a queen so they named it Queenstown. Lastly, if you could sum Queenstown up in one word waht would it be?Thanks,Bella ParkinsonYaldhurst Model School
Hello Patrick and Ralph,It sounds like you had a great trip! Did you know that the Skyline Gondola and Luge hit the 10 million visitor mark in 2006? What was your favourite thing on your trip to Queenstown and why was it your favourite thing? Looking forward to your next blog post!Prudence,Yaldhurst Model School, Christchurch
Bonjour Patrick and Ralph, I liked how you said what you had to bring and where you went first. Great job including the photos as well. Bungy Jumping looks scary! Did you know that there's jet-boating on the Shotover and Dart rivers? Also the oldest person to Bungy at the Kawarau Bridge Bungy is 94.Was Puzzle world fun? What was your favorite puzzle in it? Would you recommend going there? Merci, Au Revior Patrick and Ralph! Hannah Spragg, Yaldhurst Model School, Christchruch
Hi Patrick and Ralph,I really liked how you added interesting information and how you put the maps in toshow us where everything is. It sounded like you had a lot of fun skiing and snowboarding!Did you know the sunniest month ever recorded was November 1937 with 302.3 hours of sunshine? Also why didn't you take much equipment on your trip, I thought you would’ve needed more?Jack,Yaldhurst Model SchoolChristchurch
Bonjour Patrick & Ralph,That sounds like a VERY interesting trip! The way that you set out your Google Slide was very cool! Did you know that the Luge opened in 1994?What was your favourite part of your trip and why?Look forward of seeing your next blog post!Emily Rimu ClassYaldhurst Model School
Bonjour Patrick and Ralph,I really enjoyed looking at your slide! It was colourful and I liked how you layered out everything! Did you know it the shark or the Hydro Attack jumps 18 feet out of the water, goes 80 KHP and dives 5 feet underwater? When you went to Puzzle World did you enjoy it, and what part was the best thing you did and why? Can’t wait to see your next blog post!PaigeYaldhurst Model School, Christchurch
Hi Patrick & Ralph,I liked your slide because if you went to Queenstown you would have an idea what it has to offer and where to go.Did you know Lake Wakatipu is 420 meters deep (that is almost half a kilometer). Hope you enjoyed your trip.I liked your slide because if you went to Queenstown you would have an idea what it has to offer and where to go.If you could go back to Queenstown what would you do there again?TimYaldhurst Model SchoolChristchurch
Hi Patrick & Ralph,I really liked your DLO that you used to show us what happened on your trip; also I liked how specific you were with telling us what you did and where you went.I really enjoyed reading about your post! I thought this might give you a few more ideas about Queenstown. Did you know that Queenstown is a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South island? If you could rewind time and go back to Queenstown what would you do differently and why, or what other places would you go to?Definitely looking forward to your next post, keep up the great work.GusYaldhurst Model School`Christchurch
Hi Patrick & RalphI really like your presentation because you showed us everything that happened on your trip. You were also very specific of what you have done.I hope i get to go there!!Keep the good work!!!From: Losaline
Hello Patrick and Ralph,it looks like you had fun going to Queenstown, going skiing/snowboarding, messing around with G-forces and staying in Arrowtown. I see you went skiing, but did you know that the Remarkables mountain range is one of only two mountain ranges in the world that run directly north and south (the other is the Rockies). Next time, would you spend more time at Frankton as well? Looking forward for your next blog post.From Jacob.Yaldhurst Model School, Christchurch.
Hi Patrick and Ralph., I love your blog and your trip to Queenstown. I love your video trip to Queenstown because it is interesting. I wish I could go to Queenstown. Who did you go with?Hunter Yaldhurst Model School
Hello Patrick and Ralph,it looks like you had fun going to Queenstown, going skiing/snowboarding, messing around with G-forces and staying in Arrowtown. I see you went skiing, but did you know that the Remarkables mountain range is one of only two mountain ranges in the world that run directly north and south (the other is the Rockies). Next time, would you spend more time at Frankton as well? Looking forward for your next blog post.From Base.Yaldhurst Model School, Christchurch.