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... of the situation and bought extra presents for everyone.
We then returned to the airport to book in for our 11.45pm flight but it was delayed to leave at 1.15am and were also slugged an extra $50 bike handling fee.
I managed somehow to get to sleep straight away on the plane flight and got in about 4 hrs of sleep when I was awoken by the couple next to me. The wife was trying to get her husband to respond thinking ...
Today in Canberra we went had a free day! But, first we went to the US Embassy. We had a discussion about crisis communications and pretty much how they work their PR department. I thought we would have gotten a small tour but instead we only got to sit inside a room and talk and ask questions. It was actually really interesting to hear their side of how the government works in Australia.
After that we had the rest of the day to ourselves. We ...
... with a tour guide so we just hovered nearby and heard everything! Bit disappointed they didn't give any freebies!!!
It's 5pm and we thought we would have left Canberra by now, but it was too late to be travelling so we decided to free-camp the night behind the Travel Information Centre - sshhhhhh!! At least it's not freezing and windy like the other night. We have scotch fillet steak and red wine - we'll be ...
... at the largest dorm called 'The Lawns'. This is a short bus ride from the main campus. I'll let you know more about this when it is comfirmed.
THe only outstanding paperwork now is my UK study visa, which is going to be a hassle as I have to get it apporved whilst I am in Canada. But I'm having positive thoughts about that, hoping it won't run into any problems.
I only have three weeks of class left this semester and a ...
... he’s the Principal of Heritage Sydney) so it was lovely chatting to them as well as the regularly Canberra members. The kids enjoyed having some fellow-minded children to play with too. It was altogether lovely and made better by the ecclesial lunch afterwards which we thoroughly enjoyed and gave us a great opportunity to have time to actually chat and get to know people rather than having to head off again straight after the meeting finishing. For ...