This week I went again to school, did some important things for the last five weeks of my exchange. 

Friday I drove with the bus up North to Kerikeri, to visit Katrina, a German Exchange Student. During the day we walked through Kerikeri and in the afternoon some Taiaha in front of the Stone Store. 

I drove in the evening with Belinda (Jonathans (Exchange Student who was in Germany)Mother) to Taipa. During the next two days, we went to Kaitaia, went fishing for one day and relaxed in the beautiful summer weather. 



Henning's Fact for the week: 

Prison escape is not punishable by law in Germany – German law maintains that it’s a basic human instinct to be free and therefore, prisoners have the right to escape jail. Escapes, however, rarely go unpunished because prisoners are held liable if they cause damage to property or inflict bodily harm against any individual upon their breakout. 



Henning's phrase for the week: 

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” -Albert Einstein