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... by their selected family representative's to share my holiday, Charlie Koala and
Bessie Bunny, who are now snuggly packed inside their special travel pouch, I arrived in Canberra to
be greeted at the airport by Uncle Mick, Aunty Sue, my niece Kylie and her son Bailey. Charlotte her
daughter, was playing Soccer in a carnival and Carl, Kylie’s husband, had gone to watch her play and
bring her back home. We were all very excited to see each ...
We made our way towards Canberra today planning one more overnight stop.
We assessed the possibility of an overnight stop at Juriong which looked quite ok.
But it was still so cold and our bones were starting to protest.
We decided it would be nice to have access to power so that we could enjoy the comfort of heating, so we pushed on to Canberra, arriving on sunset.
We are now staying at Exhibition Park for ...
... hit the crossbar. Noah firmly established himself as the cross-bar king hitting it over a dozen times in the 1/2 hour we kicked the ball. Legend.
After tea we settled in and had a good yarn till we went to bed at some ridiculous hour.
Sunday morning took care of itself then in the afternoon we all went for lunch down to Lake Burley Griffin and had a wander around the Lake and through some of the sculptures outside the National Gallery. The ...
... we haven’t been in downtown Canberra yet. We got lost in one of the suburbs and had to call for help. Our good friend Steve Walker drove out to guide us back to his house.
Tomorrow Karen and I are driving downtown to go for our 10km walk around the capitol. Steve has loaned us his map, so we shouldn’t get lost again.
Until next time,
Jim and ...
... thing to greet us, and in the distance, we could see the turquoise waters of Wattamolla Beach. According to a local, we were witnessing a rare spectacle. It had been raining so much in Sydney over the past few days, that there was enough water for the waterfall to run. We felt lucky indeed. The waterfall was incredible and all, but the turquoise waters in the distance were too much to resist. A short hike later and a few sets of stairs, and we feasted our eyes on a ...
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