Kiwi slang That Wanaka Tree in Autumn

A guide to Kiwi slang

New Zealand’s version of English (both spoken and written) is a weird and sometimes confusing mix of British English, American English and home-grown ‘Kiwi English’ with a good dose of Te Reo Māori wo ...

People dance at a celebration of Maori culture. A guide to Te Reo Maori.

A beginner’s guide to Te Reo Māori

Te Reo Māori is New Zealand’s second language and, although few non-Māori New Zealanders speak it fluently, it’s a bi-cultural society and Te Reo words are often used interchangeably with English in e ...

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Racism in South Africa

Age 8, I was set an assignment at school to write to someone who inspired me. I wrote to Nelson Mandela (and received a reply!). Unfortunately, I d ...

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The Pros and Cons of Worldschooling

If you’re considering worldschooling as an educational approach, your core family philosophy and way of life, you may have lots of questions about whether it really is going to be right for your f ...

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You don’t need the most expensive kit to take a great photo, but a little knowledge goes a long way! Whether you’re heading off on safari, hoping to capture the Northern Lights or just want to take some special portraits of your family and travel companions, some great photos help you capture the memory. I hope you find some helpful tips in my articles.

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A beginner’s guide to Te Reo Māori

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I love that we’re all different and we all have cultural oddities that, while considered totally normal in one country, may cause visitors to raise their eyebrows. China was full of these little surpr ...

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The Pros and Cons of Worldschooling

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