Friday, May 31, 2013

Photographs from Day 1 at Kangaroobie Farm!

Hi all,

  As promised, here are the photographs of the activities at Kangaroobie Farm!


Learning how to use a boomerang!









Learning how the Aboriginals live off the land 















Off to feed the cows!









Back to farm for our yummy lunch!




Warmest regards,
Team Eunos@Melbourne 2013

9 comments:

  1. Dear Unais

    Glad that you are adapting well to the weather and enjoying yourself while learning new things with your friends and teachers.

    We all miss you, especially Adeeb.

    Ayah & Ibu

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    1. Hi everyone at home,

      I miss all of you too. I am fine and I am enjoying myself here in Melbourne with my teachers and friends.

      Love,
      Unais

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  2. Hello...

    I noticed the photos of our pupils holding boomerangs. Perhaps some of them can teach me the proper way to throw the boomerangs. I never was able to make my boomerang return.

    Also, I recognise the owner of the farm. Its still the same guy who greeted us back in 2010 with his warm smile.

    By the way, what happened to Mr Firouk? Heard he was stung by a bee! :0

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  3. Thank you for uploading the photographs. It's great to know that the children are doing fine, having fun & enjoying themselves. Well done teachers.

    ps.. Be safe Batrisya Iman =)

    Love
    Mama ♡♥♡♥

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  4. Hi mama,

    I am fine and I am enjoying myself very much!

    Love,
    Batrisya

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  6. Dear Mrs Choy
    Thank you for arranging transport from the school to Airport. From Airport to Singapore. A lot of time and money is saved as the taxi is double charge after 11/30pm.Thank you for making the trip a success. I remembered that when I paid the trip money to the office.You talked to me about the Melbourne trip. You said is expensive but yet I let my son go. I knew that my son can learn a lot from this trip/Thank you

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    1. Dear Ms Tan,
      You are most welcome.
      Nothing warms our hearts more than to see our pupils' happy faces, engaged in learning. It's a whole new world out there and we want our pupils to know that from young. Thank you too for giving your child this precious opportunity. it's an experience that wil last a life time. :)

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  7. Hi Yi Xian
    Remember to put lip cross and moistures as the Melbourne climate is dry.

    Yours mum

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