Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra
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... br> The mountains were snow capped and yet again I was doing 100 kph and had no facility to stop. Yet one more that got away! Unfortunately, the fleeting glimpse disappeared behind a closer range denying us of a photo opportunity. We found ourselves driving through a treeless valley at an altitude of over 1000 metres. Nothing but rolling hills for miles populated by beef cattle, sheep and a few dead kangaroos and wombats. Joining the road kill today ...
Well the bags are packed and we are ready to go........as the song goes. There has been the expected flurry of last minute things to take care of including sharing our trip with the world via social media.
This is my first attempt at a travel blog so hoping it will be OK and not only useful for us but interesting for others to read ...
... their day nice
The second story for the day involves Mrs Greenwood and her impeccable
ability to involve innocent strangers in the task of ‘doing her job’.
As Bus 1 were half way through their tour of Parliament
House, the tour guide was going through some of the Prime Minister portraits
that hang in-between the House of Representatives and the Senate.
As the tour guide was talking about Sir Robert Menzies ...
... down on our laps when they had had enough of listening and looking.
Question time started at 2pm and it was my first time sitting in the galley and what a noisy affair it is. People yelling out all over the place and shouting down the person with the call, and that was just the public galleries! Well, I exaggerate a little, but there was one lady who was asked to remove herself after one heckle too many. But yes, it is quite difficult ...
... saddle obviously help too as I had increased my riding from 2/3 to 5/6 days a week and the weight started to come off. The diet didn't change in fact I probably ate more **** as I felt I could lose it and have now come down to a race weight of 73kgs from 80, hence the ability to climb faster. I also managed some good fortune when I broke my road bike frame driving into the garage but having insured it was able to pick up a new frame and wheelset and swap over the components to have a ...