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... mountain,’ Mt. Ainslie, for a view over the city. He even got to see a group of kangaroos hanging out near the summit! With temperatures around the 30 degree mark in the afternoon we opted to read and relax inside until after dinner. By 6pm things cooled down and we walked to the national parliament building to look around and watch the sunset. On our way back we encountered some long weekend festivities, ...
... to Canberra. It is a planned capital with wide boulevards and Sun City kind of curving streets and particular places for particular activities as in the government buildings here, the shops there and the subdivisions over there. I am sure there are buses and public transit, but I haven't seen them yet. It seems a city designed for cars but not so much for people.
We caught an early morning train from the Central Railway ...
Departed the caravan park as quickly as we could, heading for the Royal Australian Mint. Learnt a few things, including the fact that the Macquarie Bank symbol is based on the 'Holey Dollar', which proved rather lucrative for Governor Macquarie (who nonetheless ended up penniless back in Scotland - maybe some message in that). Kids minted their own commemorative coin - a cost of $3 for a $1 coin. Clearly I have not taught them ...
... can be programmed into your 406 EPIRB as well in case of emergency. We are still shopping for the EPIRB as we found out that they are country specific. So we'll need some Canadian help to get one sent to us. Working on it. We are sad to leave Canberra. The city and the great country of Australia have been an amazing place to spend two years. It is hard to believe that it has been two years already. We have had such incredible experiences here. ...
Friday 7 November 2014
*We first drive to Ainslie Lookout , the highest natural point in the immediate area which gives you an almost 360 degree view of Canberra and environs - and it costs nothing. If you go up Black Mountain Tower ( the other option for a view) you will pay for the privilege and are restricted by opening hours.
*In 2010 Canberra had a population of just over 350,000. Sydney had 4.5 million, ...