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... aim with this blog is to share our experiences but with the purpose of maybe helping others who want to take the plunge as well, not just as a historical recollection. We also plan to start a website - as others have done, hopefully with links to some useful resources for people to take advantage of.
The best resource we have discovered in our short time so far is the Cruiser's forums. There are many of these but the main ones we like ...
... 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.
It was a very early Sunday morning start for Sarah and I as we headed off on our Settlers Hut trek.
With a short stop Conder McDonald's for an all important coffee, we headed out to Namadgi National Park and along Naas and Boboyan roads to Brayshaw's Homestead and the start of the Settlers Hut Walking Track.
It was a gorgeous morning - clear skies and only a slight breeze. A perfect spring day as ...
... some famous faces. We also visited the Old Parliament House and the statue of King George.
The Australian War Memorial was very moving, the artwork of the 6,000,000 plus mosaic tiles was spectacular. We could have spent days looking at the exhibitions of each war and the memorabilia including planes, submarines, tanks, uniforms, guns, etc. The wall of honour was the most touching, seeing and hearing the names on the ...
... because I do know when I'll be back. And I will be back!
But I think we are finally ready to go!
We are flying out of Canberra at about 2pm, to Melbourne, then out of Melbourne at 6pm.
We are stopping over in Singapore for an hour, before heading to Dubai. A couple hours only in Dubai (not enough to see anything) and then direct to Glasgow.
I am hoping I will see the QE2 out the window as we arrive or leave Dubai. ...