Lake Taupo Carvings, New Zealand - Maori rock carvings at Mine Bay on Lake Taupō, over 10 metres high and are only accesable by boat or Kayak.

Lake Taupo Carvings, New Zealand. Maori rock carvings at Mine Bay on Lake Taupō, over 10 metres high and are only accesable by boat or Kayak. I've been to lake Taupo, but haven't seen these carvings.

Milford Sound, New Zeland - Milford Sound or “Piopiotahi” in Maori is a deep, icy waterway running 15km inland from the Tasman Sea and is part of the Fiordland National Park in New Zealand. The name “Piopiotahi” which means place of singing thrush comes from a Maori legend. This majestic landscape of spectacular beauty and natural grandeur is surrounded by sheer rock walls and sports two permanent waterfalls, Lady Bowen Falls and Stirling Falls #monogramsvacation

Milford Sound, New Zeland - Milford Sound or “Piopiotahi” in Maori is a deep, icy waterway running inland from the Tasman Sea and is part of the Fiordland National Park in New Zealand.

Tane Mahuta's Triumph (close up of painting)....absolutely stunning...love this piece...very talented artist!

Tane Mahuta's Triumph (close up of painting) by Jane Crisp Size: x Media: Painting Type: Acrylic Style: Realism Theme: Maori Tane mahuta (God of the forest.) a majestic tree in the Waipoua - A forest in Northland new Zealand.

Karakia - Te reo Maori - Blessing

Karakia - Te reo Maori - BlessingTa Eye brows- Don't have to be spot on-just 'sister-Brows'.like that Term for them,, Get tatt In befor they drop out' Not A Bad Idea, 'Pale ,-just for guide lines Coz in old age there finer fade. Keep smiling faith

Aotearoa New Zealand place names

WALT: Recall the names of local places in Te Reo. Pronounce the local names in Te Reo correctly. Use the consonant + vowel or vowel+vowel.

Colonisation... Māori women traditionally had a say in the affairs of the tribe, and could inherit land. However, European settlers often preferred to deal with men. Only 13 women signed the Treaty of Waitangi. Māori women continued to fight for land rights, and for the vote for women. Kōtukutuku..

Mihi Kōtukutuku (later Stirling) was a high-born woman of Te Whānau-ā-Apanui and Ngāti Porou descent. She is among the cohort of East Coast women who are renowned for speaking on the marae.


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