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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... selfie! Again I got pictures of all the kids feeding Hummer the giraffe.
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... 8211; very scary when you’re on the Dodge ball court!
After the AIS we headed off to a local Catholic School and church for Mass. We were a little late so the students had to enter quietly. I must say that the issues of the night before were almost forgotten after the behaviour of our students. They were fantastic - actually fantastic isn’t a good enough word. The principal of the school was at the mass and he commented to us that they ...
Today was our last day in the capital city Canberra! We started off by visiting the US embassy. Security was crazy and we all had to show ID and turn in our phones before we entered the embassy. Once inside we had a Q and A with three embassy employees where we learned about how they deal with foreign public relations. Later that afternoon I went to the Australian Institute of Sport with two other LC athletes and one of ...
... as we tend to remember it revolving around Europe, but there was lots going on in the Southern Hemisphere too. After a wander round, we made our way to the Telstra tower for a great view of the city (it's so green!) and a forced photo shoot (sorry Dan!). After a super fancy tea, it was time to head back to Sydney on what would be my last Greyhound bus ever (hurrah!). I had such a lovely, chilled out time with Dan and Katie, so THANK YOU ...
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