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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... people making objects out of glass blowing, we could sit in a gallery upstairs to watch. We then went to see a woman who was Flameworking glass, making small beads and who explained what she was doing and how you get different colours whilst she did it. Kat explained that pink or red glass is the most expensive because the colour comes from Gold, which other colours are created from Steel, Iron and Zinc the small particals are called frit which are ground ...
... granted to natives in New Zealand and Canada, that the Australian Government finally started to acknowledge certain Aborigine demands during the 1970's. It is all very recent history.
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... C Dine Bar - salad, crabmeat pasta and a nice wine. It was a longish lunch, with more good conversation, and a touch of gossip (just a little bit). Lunch done, we stopped at the Farmers' Market - Indian spices featured prominently - I wonder why. We stopped too at the Canberra Glassworks, housed in the former Kingston Powerhouse. There were some interesting pieces - glass masquerading as cloth, for one. There were 'make your own glass' sessions - we didn't.