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Jake

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  • 1. Holiday By Jake
  • 2. Contents • • • • • • • Transportation Hotel People cost People I’m taking Food Duration time Activities
  • 3. Transportation • DODGE CHARGER. • It is a V8 with 5 seats, 2 doors, air conditioning, automatic • It also comes with cancellations, amendments, theft protection and collision damage waiver. • COLOUR • Red with silver wheels • COST • $484 per day contents
  • 4. Mum $906 $782 There Dad Dad Back $906 $782 Jake Jake People cost $719.50 $599 Hannah $719.50 Hannah $599 contents
  • 5. Hotel • Pacific Beach Hotel 5***** • Has all you can eat buffet, pool spa, massage and wifi contents
  • 6. People I’m taking • Mum, Dad, Me and Hannah contents
  • 7. Food • There is a all you can eat buffet at the hotel or you could go out for food contents
  • 8. Duration-time • To Honolulu: 1 stops 19hrs 50mins 2:00 Tues 5 Nov 10:30am Wed • To Auckland-1 stop 16hrs 30mins 8:15am Wed 13 Nov-11:45pm Thurs 14 Nov contents
  • 9. Activities • 1. Surfing at the beach=free • Swimming=comes with the hotel • Relax in the spa=comes with the hotel contents
  • 10. Airline • To Honolulu Fiji airline • To Auckland Qantas contents
  • 11. EXTRA TASKS Draw the national costume contents
  • 12. Activities • • • • • • • fishing Playstation TV sleeping music surfing visit friends (Dion) fun ride eat drink party play talk shop walk park contents
  • 13. Wallet passport phone shampoo surfboard bmx toys sunblock passport ps 4 20 Items • ps 3 • IPod • clothes • togs • shoes • socks • towel • hat • money
  • 14. Letter • Dear Grandma and Grandad • I’m having a great time. I have just come back from surfing. It was cool because I saw lots of fish. I’m looking forward to relaxing in the spa or the swimming pool at the hotel. • Yours sincerely Jake
  • 15. 5 Famous Hawaiian People James Campbell was born on February 4, 1826 to Scotch-Irish William Campbell (17 88–1879) and Martha Adams (1794–1871) in Londonderry, Ireland. Campbell was the eighth child of twelve children. At the age of thirteen, Campbell boarded a ship leaving Ireland for Canada. He then went to work fo r his brother John in New York City. For two years in the United States, Campbell followed in his father's footsteps as a carpenter. In 1841 he joined a whaling crew bound for the South Pacific where the vessel was shipwrecked in the Tuamotus. Campbell and only two shipmates survived by clinging onto debris and floating to a nearby island. They were captured by natives and held prisoner. He convinced the chief he could be useful by using his skill at improvised repairs and their lives were spared. After a few months he escaped on a ship bound for Tahiti where he settled and lived for several years.[1 Born in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, Gill attended public schools (Lincoln Elementary and Roosevelt High School).[1] He was a de corated infantryman in the Pacific Theatre during World War II, earning a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart.[1] After the war, he attended law school at Boalt Hall at UC-Berkeley and began practicing law in Hawaii.[2 Elize Wylie Baker, Sr. attended his first stock car race while driving a bus in Charlotte, NC. He figured that since he drove for a living and had driven all his life, he too could drive a race car. The only difference was that the cars were all going the same direction. Top 5000 Bill Bixby (1934–1993) Actor | Director | Producer The son of a sales clerk and a department store owner, Bill Bixby was the sixthgeneration Californian born as Wilfred Bailey Bixby, on January 22, 1934, in San Francisco, California. An only child growing up in the 1940s and 1950s, he attended schools in the same area, took ballroom dance lessons, before attending Lowell High School, where he ... See full bio Richard Blood, Jr. is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Richie Steamboat. He is signed to WWE, where he is working in their developmental territory NXT Wrestling.
  • 16. 5 Phrases in Hawaiian Language. • Please join us: Ho’olu Komo La Kaua • Good morning: Aloha Kakahiaka • Good evening:Aloha ahiahi • Welcome, come in:E Komo mai • One more time:Hana Hou!
  • 17. Hawaiian Currency • Hawaiian $500 note that I made on Photoshop.
  • 18. scale each1cm= 334 kilometres I’m here!
  • 19. Traditional Food All of this food is the most common to the Hawaiians and it all looks YUM!!!!!!