Comfort Inn Merimbula
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We picked up the car from Canberra airport and immediately drove back towards Canberra so we could do a bit more tourism. Our guide book says a drive up Mt Ainsley gives a great view of the city, and it is no lie. The Australian Capital Territory is laid out before you, and at this point you realise how small it actually is. Our taxi driver that …
Thursday morning with a low temp of 2 deg, we faced our punishment for over eating the previous evening. I took a 7km run and Mike did a walk on the same path. Down the well maintained path we passed the Merimbulla airport. Back to the campsite for a shower and breakfast. I had a dentist appointment in town, so a walked back to town for that and Mike did the tidying up and a few repairs. What a great surprise when leaving the dentist after 2 surface filling, I was ...
... Bay. I have seen much more experienced seamen crack under less pressure and let me say it doesn't get more desperate than that.
Thanks also to my sister and husband Dave for driving one of the cars back.
Thanks also to Mum and a big one to Dad for all his support work
Big thanks to Tamsin, Dee and especially Freya for putting up with this stupidity.
Day Thirteen – Canberra
Canberra is Australia's federal capital, a city built purposely to be an administrative centre, just like Washington and Brasilia. Australia’s parliament moved there in 1927, but it was only in 1988 that the present Parliament building was inaugurated. It is a very functional city, with modern, efficient buildings on wide streets with arterial ...
... BBQ, we all headed towards Moonoomgah with plans that evening to meet up with Mike and Marj for a family dinner. Moonoomgah is a beautifully peaceful, self sufficient little "village" set in the bush, I say village very loosely, community would probably be better, the plot of land (i think i heard 150 acres mentioned) holds 4 mud brick, timber frame passive solar houses......with composting toilets (they are in doors though, no flush, just a ...