Alpha Hotel Canberra
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Well, after some time at home while Arthur had a hip replacement, it is time to take to the road again. This time we plan to go to Japan - a country we have not visited yet. Our plan is to have two months exploring Japan and then spend a month having a look at Taiwan. Anyway, that is Plan A and we will fly into Japan on 16 March. Back then with more ...
... they have so many walls for paintings of Prime Ministers in the new Capital Building.
I have gone on a bit today...but I'll stop now...our wi-fi ends soon...and the walk to dinner is next on the agenda.
Oh yes just in closing I say where if we had time today we could have gone to the wetlands for a bit of twitching. Ah ha..gotcha...what is a twitching hot spot....where you can do bird watching and be somewhat guaranteed of seeing birds!
... isn't any this time but I'll get some soon. We have a lazy drive back to camp via the shops at Dickson where we find the Sonata cask red at $8.99 for 4 litres. This I think is the cheapest wine I can ever recall, even compared to some French vineyards selling off cheap. It's not bad and we get through it in one sitting. The thunderstorm drifts by and we have a dry evening. Early to bed, it's moving day tomorrow. * this is not ...
... star player Quade Cooper is injured so Hunt takes the playmaker role at fly half. The game kicks off and Canberra score immediately and then don't stop scoring. The referee consistently helps the Brumbies, help which they patently don't need. Half time rolls round and I part with $4.50 for a minuscule bottle of water. Cider is priced eye wateringly at $8.50. Normally I would pay without thinking but our budgets dictate otherwise. Sport is increasingly a rip off, it ...
... through the Adelaide hills then on towards Canberra.
We are now home sweet home with mixed emotions, it's great to be home but sad this big journey is over.
we are extremely thankful to have had the opportunity to see so much of Gods amazing creation.
Thanks all for following, we look forward to catching up with you.
Love and hugs to you all!
Pete and Rhonda