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Friday, 13 January 2017

Day 20 Activity 2

What I have I learnt?


  1. You must have a very organised plan / understanding of what and where you are going, but also the ability to be flexible should things beyond your control happen.  Always have a plan B that you're happy to use...                                                                                                                   
  2. Enjoy every minute of your travel experience... whether you're on the plane, delayed at the airport, getting transfers to accommodation, sightseeing wonders beyond your imagination, eating something you can't even pronounce, experiencing the local culture with local people, or just taking a moment to appreciate where you are. Even if its a "bad" day because it's pouring with rain and your plans have to change, take a golden moment and capture it to remember later when you're really having a bad day! Respect the differences that you encounter and try to find a connection with your own culture.

5 comments:

Mark Barlow said...

Hi Harrison!

This is amazing. I am going to share it with Rachel.

Congratulations on completing the Summer Learning Journey. It has been an absolute pleasure reading your blogs and engaging with you online through our comments.

I truly wish you all the best for next year and that you do your best not only academically, but socially as well.

Keep being you, you're doing a fantastic job at it.

Mark

Harrison said...

Thank you Mark...and thank you for travelling with me. I've actually really enjoyed the SLJ and told lots of people what I've been doing and they've been really interested too. I will continue to be the best that I can be (something my Mum says to us all constantly) and take every opportunity I'm offered. Enjoy your year ahead and maybe we'll catch up at the next SLJ or Easter L J or
Mid-winter L J...!!?? Ka kite ano...

Mark Barlow said...

I'm starting my new job as a teacher this year, however if I do get some time and Rachel invites me to, I will stop by to say hello next time.

Ka kite ano,

Mark

Mark Barlow said...

And you are most welcome.

Harrison said...

Thanks Mark...

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