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... 8217;s What the world needs now, is love sweet love. All of a sudden I imagined myself sipping a cocktail in a jazz bar in New Orleans, except it would be highly inappropriate to be in such a place with trousers around my ankles. It was the most relaxing and soothing public convenience I’ve ever experienced, Ness loved the futuristic toilet too, and so it was decided – this is our camp spot!
We had ...
After leaving Asia we landed in Sydney and made our way to the Oyston residence in anberra, although this did take longer than it should after a few wrong turns (Rob was too mean to hire
Sat-Nav), but after a few calls to Lisa we made it there safely.
So first things first it’s Friday night and we are greeted with a BBQ, beer and wine, exactly what you expect when you arrive in Australia. ...
... the Christmas recess and went into the House of Representatives to watch ‘question time’ that was great. It was so funny, like a Christmas pantomime only the leading roles were taken by; Tony Abbott (Prime Minister), Julie Bishop, Joe Hockey and all the other government and opposition politicians, the speaker played a great supporting role and was ...
... and by the time
he did, most of the bones had vanished. There is speculation that the
bones were removed by locals so as to avoid collection. Adding further
intrigue to this story is that the small number of bones which were
supposedly retrieved by the coroner were later buried in the Queanbeyan
Pioneer Cemetery, only to have subsequently washed away in a flood.
We walked on further fording the creek twice ...
... collection and its design were very well done. We started off with a twelve minute multi-media presentation of Australia's history and then began our self guided tour through the various exhibits. They spanned the earliest evidence of the aboriginal people, 25,000 plus years ago, to the present day.
There were artifacts from James Cook and later Mathew Flinders, Arthur Philip and many other of the early colonists. I found the section on ...