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Jala Herndon

Monday, November 08, 2004

Hong Kong:

After a few weeks of living in Japan we headed back to China. We spent a total of 4 days in Hong Kong being tourist. We visited Victoria Harbor, Victoria Hill and the Star Ferry. One thing that is very different to Hong Kong than any other city in China that we visited is that almost everyone speaks English. Hong Kong was a great place to be back together as a group and overall a great experience.imageimageimage

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Sunday, November 28, 2004

Adventure Capital of the World

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While in New Zealand, we did many activities and experienced the beauty and wonder of this wonderful place. We spent the first few days in Auckland. We all had really bad jet lag from the ten and half hour flight from Hong Kong.

Later in the week we went to Rotura, where we ended up staying with some host famlies. In Rotura we went bungie jumping, Zorbing, Ludging and also saw a traditional Moari Village. Our time in New Zealand was a lot of fun.
The people at North Shore Church and Rotura Church were great hosts and treated us like one of their own.
(Danny, Amy, Laura, One of the first Zorbers)image
(Danny learns to fly like the Birds while he Bungie Jumped 47 meters (150ft)

(Traveling underground for 2 hours during our blackwater adventure)image
(Very Intimidating as Casey and Issac show us their Maori warrior faces)image
(Are last trip in New Zealand was at this beautiful beach)image
(Rotura is the place where we did all of are adventurous things)image
(In New zealand we did learn a ton about the Maori people)image
(Rotura COC took great care of us while we spent the few days with them)

As I stated above, New Zealand tested the limits of all of us and made us stronger for facing some of our fears.

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