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... of traffic wardens. In fact Canberra has so much space, parking does not seem an issue, even in the middle of the city. There is free parking for several hours in many of the zones. What a contrast to England, or Singapore for that matter! By prior arrangement Mark cooks dinner for us which is another great advantage of staying here. And over supper they help us plan a day of sightseeing in Canberra. Many thanks to you both for your wonderful hospitality.
... progress - we eavesdropped and learnt a few things too. The Macquarie Digital Photography Award winners were also being exhibited...these we found a bit strange, to say the least. We were about to leave when we realised that there was another exhibition that we hadn't seen - Arcadia:Sound of the Sea - and what an exhibition that was. Absolutely wonderful black and white photos by John Witzig - they conveyed so eloquently such an idyllic ...
... his 18 year reign as PM, there was another school about 20 metres behind us
making quite a bit of noise as they were waiting for the lift up to the roof.
Consequently, Mrs Greenwood decided that for the sake of Bus
1, she would walk over and ask a teacher to quieten them down.
As she walked over, she marked off three men by the group
who she would courteously perform this quietening down task. Upon making her
speech and presenting her demands ...
... after the museum so didn't enjoy it as much as we possibly could have. It was similar to Scienceworks. Even the boys lost their enthusiasm. We lasted about an hour and a half and it cost $70 to go in.
Back at the van we chilled out and played some games.
We headed to the local restaurant here in the caravan park for dinner where Lachlan enjoyed his chicken parma and shared a Hawaiian pizza with Brett. They are so much alike its ...
... down, no more gardens today, so we head insidemto the Australian War Memorial. I have my doubts with the two girls in this place, but soon realize they have a massive Kids Discovery section, which includes flying a helicopter, steering a submarine, dressing up like soldiers, etc.etc. so we take turns (me and Bertus) to also take in some,of the adult stuff. Who would've thought....what a truly ...