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... and go and get some hot drinks if they wanted. They made a good economic argument! Anyway the funny part is, when Tom B went up to get his hot drink, the staff asked if he was part of the school group. With a smile on his face (which hasn’t been removed all trip!) he quickly said “no” and walked off with his purchase. What he didn’t realised was that Mr Alwyen was standing right behind him. He said it was so funny to see Tom try and fib his way ...
... the closing ceremony at the national war memorial. It was really interesting to see the similarities between that and the USA changing of the guard. It was really cool to see and they honored a fallen soldier from World War II, and he was an Air Force pilot that was gunned down. There were many wreaths that were placed down near the reflection pool. I really enjoyed watching it today, but we will be going back to the war memorial tomorrow to look around.
... in love with the place and the people there and can't wait to return.
This summer I will be a Leadership One counsellor. This means I'll be working with 15 year olds who are part of the Leadership program. They come to the camp for a whole month, participating in leadership training, camp activities and a 13 day canoeing expedition up the coast. There are two Leadership sessions over the summer, so I will get two groups of kids.
Last time I was lucky ...
... no-one survives rabies but alas I'm too late for getting the immunisation as I leave in 21/2 weeks!! Comforting! Also get a travel medical kit (for diarrhoea) and then feel the pain on the credit card $200+!
oh well, the price for peace of mind. ...
Thursday we woke up and left Glenbrook about 8:00 and hit the road. Stopped by in a 7/11 to top up fuel, cooked up a roadside breaky and continued the drive to Canberra with a few stops inbetween. Arrived about 5h later and went straight to campsite. Charged up computer. Chilled out and got nice and clean with a boiling hot shower. Headed into Canberra city centre which was rather small. No sky scrapers in sight. A very small city. More like a town, but it had a ...
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