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... It is obviously a large crop growing area as the grain silos were huge and the railway line passed next to the silos. We noticed this all the way through to Wudinna. We stopped in the port town of Ceduna (the Oyster Capital of Australia) where we received our certificate for crossing the Nullarbor. After lunch in the pizza place recommended by the lady from Penong Woolshed we drove up to the lookout at the lighthouse at Pinky ...
... anticipated roast beef rolls for lunch – yummmmm!!!! Then, we were off to learn about the very beginnings of Canberra, at the National Exhibition. The children were interested to discover how Canberra came to be – all from a mere competition. Our last stop before heading to our accommodation at Greenhills was a visit to Black Mountain Tower, where Mrs ...
... wanted to buy so many more things but I knew my dad wouldn't be too happy with me if I decided to blow all my money at once. And I definitely can't wait to go shopping in Sydney!! I took a lovely nap when we got back to the hostile and then I was reading Divergent and now we are all chillin on the rooftop deck of the hostile while Dr. Roux makes us kangaroo burgers!! Well I'm gonna go stuff my face now. Pray I don't ...
... and other important sights. Our first stop was at the Govener-General's Residence that's lies on what used to be a massive farm. Another main stop was at the National Arboretum. There they have spectacular views of the trees they are growing as well as Canberra and the surrounding areas. It was beautiful up there. The view was amazing and have us all a different perspective on the city! A couple other places we ...
... people I think!) it is like Scitech on drugs!! It’s an insane science and technology museum but it’s all completely kid-oriented and there is about 6 floors of it. Jude was absolutely loving it especially considering the first room we went into contained the "Free Fall Slide". Of course Jude was there in a heartbeat! You had to put on these overalls, climb to the top of some stairs and then hang by your hands over a gap and then let go! You ...
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