Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra
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... salad rolls that Sarah had prepared earlier that day. Very yummy, thank you Sarah. I wish I had taken a pic. :)
Not long after remarking that we seemed to be the only people on the trail (given that we were walking very slowly and taking our time), two other women appeared at the hut while we were having lunch. After a friendly hello they continued along the track and Sarah and I check out the hut ...
So.... , spent the whole day cleaning the house, packing bags, repacking bags and doing more cleaning.
The entire time I was singing in my head ".. my bags are packed and I'm ready to go..." just that bit. Over and over again. I couldn't remember the next line until just now, which is helpful as it tells me the title of the song.
"Leaving on a jet plane"
Although the next line is slightly threatening. ".. don't know when I'll be ...
... we boarded the plane we couldn’t help like feeling like kings and queens
as the Genesis logo had been embroidered on all the headrests. It was as good
as travelling first class (minus a few privileges and 5 star meals).
A special thanks to Mark Clarke and Adagold who provided
such a pleasurable experience for us. The cabin crew were exceptional in the
way they dealt with the students for the whole trip and they are to be
... way. Once I got to the bakery (which took a little while to find because it had been a while!) they were pulling out a large batch of sausage rolls from the oven, freshly cooked! I was in luck as was all the other students who had followed me in search of this sausage roll! It was nice to have something warm to eat and many of the kids got their hot drinks. After that it was a drive back to Cooma to drop off our snow gear. Now we each got a pair of boots, a jacket ...
... the memorial. There were stained glass that each had words that meant something to the Australian forces. Those words were audacity, endurance, decision, control, coolness, resource, candiru, devotion, curiosity, independence, loyalty, chivalry, patriotism, ancestors, and comradeship. It was really interesting to hear about the Australian viewpoint of the war. I really had a fun time. Fred actually came up to me and asked if I was okay ...