Alpha Hotel Canberra
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... clean and quiet so we were happy. Our first night! We went to the shop for a bottle of wine and settled down for a dinner of cheese and crackers and wine, we accepted we wouldn't be able to get a hot meal here. However upon walking down the road in the other direction of the shop the next day we found a take away, a pub and a restaurant....oh well!! After a comfortable night, both temperature and mattress wise, we headed off into day 2 of our journey. Joes ...
... At last, pulled into Orroral Picnic area and not too soon either, it's almost 2 pm, I'm starving!
Now because we are roughing it... Merv gets out the gas bottle and frypan to cook our sausages! then talk about spoilt, out of the bag comes a wine glass for me and stubby holder for the man, ..yeap...we sure are roughing it, wine and beer to go with our lunch!! way to go..
After our pleasant meal we wandered along ...
... a retired school principle, a hospital orderly, a lecturer of engineering at Monash uni and a photographer all here to take photos of birds. We all sat down to dinner together and then after that we watched slides of the photographs that had been taken that day and listened while they discussed the composition etc. Keith the lecturer has won quite a lot of National Geographic awards for his nature ...
Exploring time again! Namadgi National Park ...it lies at the Northern end of the Australian Alps. We went to the visitors centre at the park and came away an hour later with brochures on some great walks, camping grounds and even a topographic map to recognize how steep the walks are. We were both really happy to see how many walks there are at the park that will interest us and ...
‘It was an honour to place a poppy next to the name of an Australian hero who had sacrificed himself for us.’
‘The most touching part of today was seeing the sea of red poppies next to the soldiers’ names on the Roll of Honour.’
‘I was moved by the story of Buster and his love, Polly, who ...