Canberra Carotel Motel & Caravan Park
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... fishing for his breakfast. He very quickly catches and spears his first fish of the day. The waters of the river had looked so murky...
*The good thing about camping in our glampervan is the fact SG does not lose things. If personal belongings cannot be located, they have to be in the van somewhere and not left in a B&B bedroom. The lost property tally remains the same: SG – umpteen , AG – zero.
*The 625 km drive to Canberra is ...
... walk along cliff tops. We scan the horizon with our binoculars, but to no avail. There are no whales in sight today. Nevertheless the walk is well worth the effort.
After a picnic lunch we are off to Canberra, the capital of Australia. It is a 200 kilometer drive from the coastal plain onto a high plateau. We hear on the radio that the temperature may drop to zero°C (32°F) tonight in Canberra.
Unfortunately the address we ...
... here, -4 degrees the other morning, we couldn't even turn on the taps as the water was frozen in the pipes!! We'll see how we can handle it, or not!
It's going to be lovely to be with my little brother and Jill for a few days while I am waiting for mum to come out of hospital, then seeing mums new house for the first time and spending quality time with her. Going to miss Merv terribly though. Aotearoa here I come.
... in, then proceed to pick them up at the airport so we can rock&roll straight from there. Luckily the airport is tiny, so it takes all of 5 minutes to get out and we're off to the Questacon (massive science centre). Its freezing outsize and a miserable wind is coming up, so this is the perfect place to hang out. Its really amazing, we could easily spend days in this place; mom & dad is enjoying this joint just as much as the girls!!!, We spend the ...
How ya going? (In Australia this us equivalent to saying, how are ya doing?") Today we visited two places, the Australian War Memorial and the Australian National Gallery. The war memorial was absolutely beautiful (I'll be sure to post pics to FB as usual). Our tour guide was an adorable elderly man who was very knowledgeable about the wars and had many facts! One fact I learned was that the war memorial has engraved on the walls 102,000 names of ...