Manuka Park Apartments
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No free wifi. What the? What century are we in again?
Otherwise very good. Excellent location.
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... limits. The hike itself was a challenge but it was so worth it- the view was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen! Looking out off the rocks you could see the three mountains that Canberra was built to lie between (its a planned city) as well as miles and miles of rolling hills covered in trees. The city itself is not yet very large, no where near the size of Sydney or Melbourne I'm told. Behind us was more hills, covered in rock ...
... days non stop in that scenery and then asked the question again. It's so monotonous ... We played a game called how many dead kangaroos on the side of the road in 10 kilometres can you see. The answer on this joint game was 12 and then we got bored. We then started to count dead wombats but only got up to 2 in the same distance so we gave that game a miss as well. Up and down up and down up and down ... roads ...
... B&B for the next couple of nights. Called The Pommy Tree, it is located in a suburb called Evatt. If you have a car, then it is a great accommodation option – there is a swimming pool & gym for guest use and a comfy communal lounge/ kitchen area. There are also loads of seating areas outside in the garden where you can relax too. The owners, Debbie and Mark, emigrated from Cheshire several years ago. Fortunately we can also park our huge glampervan ...
... am told she is a bit rusty and sad. But I'd like to see the old girl again.
We should be in Glasgow around 12.30 (lunch time) which I think is about 9.30 pm Australia time.
We only stop in Glasgow for as long as it take to get our bags, then on a bus to Stirling and the "band camp" for the next two weeks.
I will try to keep this site updated. The only issues will be me having too much scotch or some other technical issue.