Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra
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... of the city.
Keep it up Australia… I am falling for you…
Kids did the following presentations: Emma bungy jumping, Katie earthquakes, Evan volcanoes. If you are interested in seeing these we would be love to send them to you.
******Things that Emma, Katie, and Evan learned on Macka’s farm*******
1. Black chickens lay cream-colored eggs.
2. Brown chickens lay brown eggs.
... 500 Australian pounds. To be honest the owners built it to not to keep up with the Jones’s but to set the Jones’s standard. It definitely worked as Harry and Dell Calthorpe hit the guest list of all the major events including meeting the Queen in 1954. Dell spent over 750 Australian pounds just on the furniture and decorations. The amazing thing is they and some other items from their previous house including as pianola ...
... free food.
Canberra hosts a rugby team known as the Brumbies, and on Friday night a big group of us headed down to the stadium and I got to see my first ever rugby game! It was intense- I don't know how they can survive all that! I'm not even going to pretend to have understood everything (anything) that happened, but it was awesome!
Anyway, at the close of Orientation Week (known as O- Week here) a large ...
... with the design of Washington DC which you will notice from the pictures. What few people, who live outside Australia know, is that Canberra is situated within a small state called Australian Capital Territory (or ACT), a state within a state. A bit like Monaco, San Marino, Andorra etc except that they are separate countries. My daughter and family live in Queanbeyan, about 15 km from Canberra.
In the city you will find The National Parliament ...
... is what I want to focus on right now.
Orientation and everything that comes along with that kicks off next Monday, so until then I'll just be getting my bearings, figuring out whats what and meeting new people.
Until next time!!
Oh, and in reference to the title, when I was flying into Canberra we went over some farmland and in my heightened state of excitement and all I saw some cows and thought they were kangaroos. Awkward. ...