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A quick drive up the road and you'll find Canberra. 170km but takes a bit longer than you'd expect due to the twisty uphill bit between Batemans Bay and Braidwood. Which is most enjoyable and was the first time we had to change down from 6th gear to take a hill! Second gear actually. It gets steep. But the Fozza loved the twisty bits even though we …
... of the Olympic Women.s Snowboard gold medalist (Torah Brite. (A Mormon women's snowboarder whose name Torah was suggested by her families Jewish piano teacher when asked by Torah’s mom what name to call her daughter. The piano teacher responded that Torah means spiritual message in hebrew and hence Mrs Brite named her new daughter Torah. Torah went on to become the best women's freestyle snowboarder ever. (Google Torah Brite for more)
Upon arrival ...
... fate (slaughter, mostly!). The next cows were in before those just sold had even released what had happened! Harry found it fascinating and Ella couldn't believe that those animals were sold for $1.48/kilo when we buy Aussie beef in Shanghai for $100/kilo! Oh, I forgot to mention, the (very short) trip J Gray's to the cattle yards was done by me! J Gray thought that Dad would have to walk too far from the car park, so convinced him to let me drive so ...
... of the tour, to the Parents who had attended as supervisors and to our fabulous Coach Drivers, Dave and Shane for taking us around the nation's capital throughout the week.
We saw and learnt so much during our adventure in Canberra. We worked hard and grew together as a group and friendships were strengthened. We will never forget this special time shared in Canberra, the capital of Australia:)
... Canberra I had lots of things planned. First I went to the National Museum of Australia and then the National Art Gallery. On the second day I visited the Australian War Memorial and the Australian Parliament. To my delight entrance to all museums was free of charge.
The National Museum gave me a good overview about Australia's indigenous people (the Aboriginees and the Torres Strait People near Papa New Guinea), who have lived on this land for at ...
How has this condo rated in the past?
No free wifi. What the? What century are we in again?
Otherwise very good. Excellent location.
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