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... waited patiently before eventually taking off and beginning flight one of two. The delay didn't mean much in the long run as we had to wait for our connecting flight, however after a scenic touch down over a sunset Sydney, seeing all the sights once again, we only stood around for a few extra minutes before boarding the next flight.
The journey was quick and before we knew it we had arrived and as we stepped off the plane the drop in temperature was ...
... week exploring The Nation's Capital. There was lots of free and low cost options to keep us entertained. Art Gallery, War Memorial, National Museum, Ambassador's houses, Lake Burley Griffen, Houses of Parliament, Royal Mint to name a few. We managed to watch The Reds v Raiders in their opening season game, visit the Trots or Harness Racing Club, revel in a world of books at the hugest Bookfair and sample the delights of the weekly Farmers Market. All unplanned and ...
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... be disengaged. I played the odd CD, listened to some podcasts from Steve Wright and lulled myself into a false sense of security and managed to miss the bloody turn off. I thought it a little odd when Canberra disappeared of the road signs but carried on anyway. Well after a diversion very nearly to Yass I finally got back on track and arrived in Canberra an hour and 50k later than expected.
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... that fans are treated this way, but while people continue to pay, they will charge. I'm looking forward to see Cricket Australia's prices for Bangladesh v Afghanistan next week. That will be funny. The second half is a continuation of the first but with a commentary from the man behind. He is sat there with his dad and his son and is a bit light headed after a few beers. He is not rude but insists on using the phrase 'the fundamental error' every time Queensland mess ...