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... buildings of interest and lots of memorials.The weather has been very cold and overcast but at least we didn't get any rain. I'm not much of a writer so I hope my photo's show the story of some of our adventures.
Canberra is Australia’s capital, inland from the country's southeast coast. Surrounded by forest, farmland and nature reserves, it earns its nickname, the "Bush Capital.” The city's focal point is Lake Burley Griffin,
... Shoulder on a bed of Orange infused Fennel was delicious and was accompanied by beer.
After dinner, Claudia and I made an impromptu trip to the supermarket to buy oats, honey, cinnamon and tea and we discovered a recent law we know would make my Mother swell with admiration. In the state of Australian Capital Territory it is illegal for any supermarket to supply plastic bags. People are encouraged to bring their own or purchase a bag for 15 cents.
... not being there today. The tour took us through the inside of the
house then through the gardens.
The students were very impressed when they heard that a
painting held in the house was worth 3 million dollars, then a little
disappointed when the guide refused to share which painting was the one.
Once we finished at Government House we were off to the
airport to catch the plane back home.
We are happy to be home!
... the native "Little Penguin" come ashore after a hard day at sea and make its way to its burrow on the hill. The peninsula is now a protected area with a colony of 32,000 penguins at any point and the centre provides tourists a chance to see the phenomenon with the peninsula now closed after sunset. The lady of the couple we met had eluded to how it was before the centre with anyone able to just watch the penguins make their way hope in relative comfort and in some respects it's a ...
... do think it was worth it.
Parliament house wasn't on the top of Emma's to do list but she enjoyed the tour and I ticked off all of the things I wanted to see inside Parliament house, other than the debates which had only ended for a interval days before our arrival.The House of Representatives and the Senates chamber were interesting places to see and had their British roots on show through the colors of the rooms (Green House of Representatives - House of ...