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Travel Blogs from Canberra
... We stayed in a cabin at a camping ground.
We've decided that cabins are the best value accommodation (provided they have bathrooms) as you can generally park right in front, you have a lot of space in the cabin, a nice environment and you don't hear the neighbours through the wall. Also they have a lot of facilities like a shop and swimming pool and laundry which you don't always get in a motel.
... days were spent roaming the farm for exercise and cycling around Canberra in the warm sunshine. My big challenge is maintaining my alcohol-free diet but after a week I continued to lose weight and am down another kilo making it 6 in 8 weeks. In spite of this hospitality is very generous and regular with steaks, curries, roast dinners. Hopefully attached are images of The Farm.
... comfort zone and I really have to
try and to work at getting the kind of job I’ve always dreamed of. I have to
let go of the failed relationships, the cute guys it didn’t quite work with,
and not have my friends to fall back on. I really have to work at making
friendships and relationships work.
And that brings the fear.
What if, at the end of the day, that great Northern land
reveals I’m a fraud? If my luck runs out?
... and Bailey had kindly loaned Trevor and I two of their "friends" "Hoppy" and “Peter Rabbit” who will blog their adventure to C & B along the way. Sally is also lucky to have extra company courtesy of her grandchildren – so our travel group now comprises seven – so it should be lots of fun!
The train ride to Sydney was pleasant and relaxing and gave us all time to take a ...
... General - Ms Quentin Bryce (pictured).
- a relaxing Morning Tea at the Senate Rose Gardens.
- lunch at the Sculpture Gardens at the National Gallery (pictures attached).
- lots of great artwork inside the National Gallery, such as Indigenous Art, the Sidney Nolan Ned Kelly series, Jackson Pollock's Blue Poles and Claude Monet's Haystacks.
- some great historic movie footage at ...