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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 ...
... the room straight down Anzac Avenue to where Parliament House is, as the guide said it is a fitting place for such a memorial.
The dioramas where incredible to see of fighting in Gallipoli at Lone Pine and on the Somme, the soldiers that were their contributed to the reality of it all, by letting the War Memorial know what they could remember.
We saw documentaries from the war correspondent of the actual soldiers fighting and ...
... there are 7,993 m2 of planted bulbs, set out in themed garden beds. We had been given some advice by locals to go for a ride on the Ferris Wheel to get a good view of the gardens, it was good advice, especially to see the patterns in the flower beds.
There were hundreds of people there, it was set out really well, lots of free entertainment, beautiful seating areas done especially with flowerboxes, it must have cost a fortune to set up.
Well done Canberra!
... chairs in a dark room was the perfect time to nap without people noticing – BUSTED! Two students were discovered napping and earned their dorms anther round on Bathroom duty because of it! Students then got to go through the gallery of items which included an Oscar, a blue dress from The Sapphires Movie and some other great Australian Entertainment Memorabilia.
After that we had lunch in a small park across the road from the National ...
... behaviour of our Year 7 students and the keen interest they have shown in all activities has been just brilliant. We couldn’t have asked for better ambassadors for our school. Mums and Dads, you would have been very proud!
It is hard to believe that our grand adventure has come to an end. It will be a lasting memory for
years to come!