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Port Douglas!!!!

July13

You may remember that I did my first post on Port Douglas 2 years ago, and another one last year. And it’s finally time again to have another AWESOME holiday at Port Douglas!!! Port Douglas is ideal for a trip to the Great Barrier Reef or to the Daintree Rainforest, with Cape Tribulation a 90 […]

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The Tuesday That Won Over Them All…

June8

Well, this week was quite an exciting week. But the best bit was DEFINETLY Tuesday, but why? On Tuesday (my friend) Lucy, my teacher and I went to the a Deakin campus and saw Dr Jane Goodall! Dr Jane Goodall is a conservationist and a  primatologist, humanitarian and a UN Messenger of Peace. She is now […]

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5/6 Camp to Narmbool!!!!!

June1

Going on school camp is one of the most exciting things each year, and now it’s here!!!!  This year the 5/6’s went to Narmbool, a little country twon near Ballarat. We stayed at one camp on night, and another camp the next night. On the first day we stayed at a camp in the bush. We had […]

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A Very Extraordinary Week…

May25

Normally a weekend in late autumn is mostly spent in front of the TV, or going up to Melbourne. This weekend was the extact opposite of the normal things that I do on a weekend, so I had SO MUCH FUN!!!!!!! On Friday night Dad, Sabrina ( my little sister) and I went to an AFL ( […]

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My Birthday!!

May18

  This week was the most exciting, fun and happy week EVER!! Because, you guessed it, my BIRTHDAY!!! Here’s the presents I got: a Fiberglass surfboard, $35, a paint your own Matryoska dolls, clothes, 2 book vouchers, Smiggle voucher, Scrabble, an 1000 piece puzzle and MANY other fantastic things. Thank you ALL for the presents, […]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; Book Review.

May11

Now that I’ve finished Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows I’ve finished all the Harry Potter books in the series. But that doesn’t mean I can’t do a review on this wonderful book… Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows starts of with some death eaters, Snape, Yaxley, Dolohov, the Malfoys, Bellatrix and Burbage with Lord Voldemort.  They’re […]

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A Few Things You Need To Know…

May4

Every week there’s normally one big, terrific thing. Sometimes it’s a book I’ve finished. Sometimes I went to the cienima. But this week nothing really happened exciting happened, but there’s a few things that make the list… Monday Afternoon: On Monday afternoon I started playing basketball. I think we moved up a level, we won […]

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Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince; Book Review.

April27

I know I didn’t do a book review on Harry Potter and the Order of  the Phoenix but I’m reading to fast, plus, I like this one better… Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince starts of with the Muggle Prime Minister getting a visit from the new old Minister of Magic, Cornelius Fudge. Fudge […]

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A Social and Exciting blur…

March30

Most of the week has been social and exciting blur,  but here’s just the best bits: Tuesday: On Tuesday I went to a the regainals in swimming. I went in 50m butterfly and got 3rd in my heat, but 13th overall. I got a new best time of 50.54. On Friday at whole school assembly I got […]

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; Book Review.

March22

I know I’ve done HEAPS of book reviews latly, but I’m reading so fast, my legs can’t keap up! Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire starts of in a different way to the rest. You start off as Frank, the gardener of a desereted house, The Riddle House. Frank notices that there is some […]

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