Canberra Carotel Motel & Caravan Park
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Late morning in bed after yesterday's busy day. The boys have been spoilt with chocolate croissants. The visit to the AIS was very informative. The boys enjoyed the 30 minutes in the sports activity room. We did wonder at the millions of dollars that we as a country are spending just to win Olympic medals. Or is the Institute also contributing to …
... A definite highlight was the post lunch snowball fight. To say it was epic would not be giving it justice. There were snowballs flying through the air left, right and centre and apart from a few lessons needing to be given about how hard to pack the snow into a snowball, everyone was declared a winner once the showdown was over.
The snowtube ride down was quite uneventful.
It was in the next part of the day that I have been waiting to ...
... by a steel door initially and after an 80m walk down some steps you're in the cave. Embedded deep in the earth, the cave starts very narrow and is lined either side of the path with beautiful limestone features. Stalagmites, stalactites and rock formations littered the cave and were really impressive. As we moved through the cave we had to duck and dive to make it but the ranger was very informative in regards to the cave and its development. With no forms of life it's likely ...
... Augusta which does nothing for me, ugly place really, then on to a small town called Burra. This place has some lovely very old stone building and there we stayed along with about a dozen other at their show grounds. Well our 43 days in Canberra finished today, we have now moved on to Cootamundra, less than 200 k from Canberra. We did enjoy Canberra after all and got to see heaps of things that we never saw on our couple of days we had spent in Canberra previously ...
... would have stopped! It wouldn’t surprise us to see a sign like that in Australia. They have some very funny and unusual place names. One was called (genuinely) Dog on a Lunchbox. We regret not getting a photo of that one!
We kept sharing the driving and continued on into the evening taking in the scenery of endless flat farmland and nothingness. You can easily fall into a trance driving here. Continuously ...