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We had such a great time and know it is going to be very hard to wave goodbye to them.
We had the usual Canberra weather - some very frosty mornings, which turned into some beautiful sunny days, and the trees at this time of the year are just stunning.
After 9 days, we bid the family farewell and headed off towards Longreach with Forbes being our first stop en route.
... a car as it would be covered in snow drifts. Khancoban is only a small town with a few hundred people employed by the nearby Hydro Electric Power Stations. The twisting road runs through the Kosciuszko National Park for which is small fee is payable (voluntary). Wild horses called Brumby’s live in this area and usually roam in groups. Just before the town of Thredbo I passed Dead Horse Gap, a place where a group of these Brumby’s where ...
... Student ambassadors are students from Canberra who have been abroad before, who volunteer to take us around, show us the ropes and plan stuff for us to do while we're all still trying to make friends and get ourselves figured out.
This past Thursday I was lucky enough to be able to go out with some fellow exchangers and two of the ambassadors to a place called Baroombah Rocks, which is located outside of the city, but still ...
This morning we left the mountains behind us and continued our journey northwards. We thought it would be wrong to complete the big lap around Australia without a visit to the capital, Canberra and the state of ACT. The campsite we are staying at is still in New South Wales but we are only a short drive into Canberra itself. We arrived around lunchtime and headed straight to the main street to find a café for some lunch.
Mark has been busy returning phone calls ...
... job for anyone. I then drove back into the city to go to the Australian War Memorial, it markets itself as being one of the best museums in the world and it doesn't disappoint. It is set at the other end of the city from Parliament and is at the end of a long avenue, there are separate memorials for each of the wars along the avenue. The first place I went to is the Roll of Honour which has the names of all the Australian Soldiers who have died in any conflict since ...