Dickson Parklands Apartment Hotel
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Monday 12 October...
We had a cup of tea then an early start today for our long journey into Canberra. We headed north leaving the lovely Victoria behind and entering New South Wales which seemed to be an invisible dividing line between rainy haze and sunshine, fortunately in our favour.
We continued on for a couple of hours then finding his very own lake, Grahame pulled into our breakfast stop at Lake Williams in Nimmitabel!
Then on we continued a further 150km ...
Off to Northside Life Church for Sunday worship service. They are situated in a school hall in one of the newer suburbs of Canberra called Gunganlin. The pastors are Syd and Sue Miller, and Sue is also the state chaplain for ACTS so Steve was very interested to have a chat with her. A good service, with American guest speaker, Jim Wilson who gave a very impressive sermon. After the service Steve got to talk with Sue and she was able to ...
... definitely impressed by the athletic ability of the young men with many twists and twirls happening and we were especially impressed with the horizontal balancing on the rings.
The AIS shop was very popular so once again you can expect a few little presents upon our arrival back home tomorrow afternoon.
It was at this stage that the buses went separate way to continue the day. The sessions that were completed throughout the rest of the day were the Australian ...
... allowed to take pictures or video after dark. With the penguins only coming ashore after dark to avoid predatory birds this was pretty disappointing. Never the less as we watched the sky change colour the first penguin arrived at 18:00, fifteen minutes after expected. It was a Lone Ranger, washing up in a wave and instantly making a break for it across the sand and in to the shrubbery about five metres away. It seemed for a time like that would be it, the 426 that arrived the ...
... was about to start - Emma was instantly enthralled and couldn't wait to get in line. However, I had to calm her down as I could see she was getting over excited by all of the politics she has already seen only moments earlier and persuaded her to miss the tour and continue with the Lonely Planet walk. Outside the Old Parliament house was the 'Aboriginal Tent Embassy' that is exactly what the name suggests it is and is more of a symbol of Aboriginal disenchantment ...