Wednesday, 19 December 2018

Week 1 A Place To Stand Day: 4

Activity 3: Salt and Pepper [5 + 5 possible bonus points]
Deep in the heart of Bolivia (a country in South America) lies a natural wonder unlike anything else. It is a massive area of salt, over 10 000 km2 large, that is referred to as the Uyuni Salt Flats.
Tourists who visit the flats often stay in hotels made completely out of salt (salt hotels). This is not the only unique hotel that you will find around the world. In fact, you can stay in hotels made entirely of ice (ice hotels) or glass (glass hotel). Let’s imagine that you were given enough money to build your very own hotel.
On your blog tell us where you would build your hotel and what you would use to build it. For an extra five points, use Google Drawings to design one room in your hotel. You can also use a paper and pencil to draw your room, take a picture of the drawing, and post it on your blog.

I would build my hotel in New Zealand and i would also love to put aluminum so that is won't break when it finishes it's finishing touches

1 comment:

  1. Morena Mathew.

    I really enjoyed looking at your post about your very own hotel. What do you think about the salt hotels in Bolivia. Do you reckon you would want to stay in one?

    Your drawing really allowed me to understand what your hotel would look like. I think it would be a really nice place to stay. Where in New Zealand do you think you would put it? If I were to build a hotel I would want to put it at the very top of a tall cliff that looks out across the ocean and has native bush behind it. That way my guests could go swimming and go on amazing bush walks.

    I can’t wait to read more about your hotel!