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Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Centred on three Shinto-Buddhist shrines known as the Kumano Sanzan, the ancient trails blend great hiking and exceptional natural beauty with a unique insight into Japan's rich history, culture and spirituality. The guide covers the 64km Nakahechi and 63km Kohechi trails in full, as well as the Choishimichi route to Koyasan 20km , the Hongu loop 17km and highlights of the Iseji trail.
It can be used to plan and undertake an independent trek or to enrich an organised tour. Clear route description and mapping is accompanied by comprehensive details of accommodation and facilities, as well as notes on local points of interest and inspirational colour photography. You'll find a wealth of practical information to help with planning, covering transport, climate, accommodation, budgeting, equipment and safety, as well as fascinating background information on history, religion and wildlife.
There is also a Japanese glossary and helpful advice on Japanese customs and etiquette. The Kumano Kodo offers a different view of Japan: far removed from the modern cities, this is a world of forested slopes, hidden valleys, waterfalls, traditional villages, moss-covered stone deities and tranquil oji shrines. There are opportunities to experience hot-spring bathing and to sample local cuisine as you follow in the footsteps of emperors, samurai, priests and ascetics traversing traditional flagstone paths and forest trails.
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Medieval Vocabulary Page: A boy who acted as a knight's attendant as the first stage of training for chivalric knighthood. Flying start to term 2 with students creating their digital portfolios and a couple of new students starting with us in our class. They were awesome and the kids were so engaged and respectful to The Kdec students and staff. So much happening and coming up: So for now I am going to end on our Duffy student of week 1 for term 2.
There were other schools there, parents and teachers and some passed students of Kelston Intermediate. It was disappointing for us all to see how messy our streams, reserves and road ways were. A big thank you to Tarnisha who came down from our room to help.
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Thank you to Kelston Hub, the other schools and whanau who helped out. Treaty design winners Ociana, Jessi and Eli t. Also, students have finally finished t heir classroom treaty designs and ideas where they worked together in small groups Tuakana and Teina groups. All student work was outstanding and Whaea May and Whaea Ronell found it really difficult to decide a winner as the quality was superb by all groups but there can only be one team for morning tea with Matua. To wrap things up also from Formal Assembly.
Congratulations Tanisha, Lance, Faith T. Friday 15th March had arrived and we were all ready to go! For some of my students it would be their first time to Polyfest and their first time to Manukau, South Auckland. After a briefing we all boarded the buses and headed out to Polyfest. Thank you to all Whanau for supporting our tamariki and allowing them to come on this most momentous occasion. I must also give a big shout out to Ben the whanau support who came out to support his little sister and our class at Polyfest.
Just finishing a 12 hour shift at 7am and then off to another shift at 3. Mate you are a legend! Thank you again my friend.
Finally, Culinary delights for some students, the food they had was for the first time , amazing performers, freebies galore and a few hours later we were already ready for home. On to the buses with many a tired student, some still buzzing and others just chilling. A memorable moment for all. Thank you to all our amazing whanau helpers, teachers, support staff, senior management for making this day happen. Kia ora whanau, students and friends. Like the title implies WOW! Thank you Mevrig, Ociana and Jessi for getting our mural up on the wall. Thank you to all the whanau who came out to support their children and to all the families and students who brought Kai to share.
Having you in our class was a real privilege that I know my students and I really appreciated. Thank you for our korero together it was a great way to connect with each other. Finally, coming up this month we are wanting to take our Tamariki to Polyfest. Thank you again for all your support. Students have been working hard these last 2 weeks learning school Kaupapa. Students had to create a short skit about what a treaty is.
The Team Taonga Boys improving their fitness and waiting for the 40 second change over. Our boys love doing push ups and lifting their own body weight.
Go hard Boys! Everyone needs to remember to bring their PE gear on these days and when they have sports training.
Go hard girls! Please, if you are available, come out and support your child or children and see what they have been getting up to these last few weeks. This week has been spent getting to know each other. Furthermore, some students from our class need acknowledgment and congratulations for outstanding achievement at our Athletics day. Firstly, Ariyan for winning the m year 8 final. Next, is Eyob for winning the m year 8 final and finally Jainal for coming second in the year 7 m race. These three boys along with Kaleb also came an epic 2nd in the classrooms relays. Congratulations to our classroom girls relay team for coming an amazing 3 rd place.
We were last at the first handover then you all smashed it and gave everything you had which enabled you too come third.