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My visit to Comvita

It was an informative trip for learn about bees life, how they live and make honey. It was interesting to look how they see the flowers and collect polen in a small bag. I think they work so much for make the honey. After that we can taste some honeys yummy flavour. My favourite flavours was the honey with lemon.
By Isaiah

I visited the Comvita at 21st Feb. 202 with my Bay Learning Academy friends. Comvita is famous for Japan. The honey of Comvita is sold by department store. It is so expensive.
By the way, we joined the guided tours. And I tried the computer control guide. It had been getting on helicopter for me. My sight was like moving aerial photo.  It was realistic great scenery.  I had the latest advanced technology experience for me.
Finally I bought 2 honies for my friends.

By Akiko

Comvita was established in 1974, in Te Puke. We were seven people including tteacher Juan. We saw there made of many things from the honey, just as: toothpaste, soap, and many kinds of other things. It's name is Mnuka Honey, it's popular all across the country in NZ. Actually honey made by bees, it brings many kinds of flower's juice.
Bee is very hardworking creature, but male bee are lazy.
By Yam.
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