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... but students were able to see exhibits from World War Two, Korea, Vietnam, Peacekeeping, Afghanistan and Iraq to name a few.
We were also lucky enough to be able to lay a wreath during the closing ceremony of the Memorial. Jacinta and Callum represented the College and laid a wreath at the closing ceremony. Each afternoon the memorial is closed with a ceremony where they honour one of the people listed on the walls of the Memorial. On Sunday they were reading ...
... capital city.....its lovely, and much bigger than the traffic it carries, so its speedo-cruise on and chilling out time. The scenery just keeps getting better as the altitude increases and when I make a quick pit-stop at the service station in the mountains, the temperature reads a chilly 3 degrees C...with a breeze that cuts right through your body!!! Its at this point I decide to put the exact address of the hotel in the satnav and it hits me....this hotel's address ...
This morning we visited the Australian War Memorial. I was fascinated by the midget submarines the Japanese used in World War II to enter Sydney Harbor. This had more of a psychological effect on Australians than anything as it made them feel vulnerable to Japanese invasion. After lunch we went to ...
... last night out in Melbourne. The plan was to head over to our favorite hangout E-fifty five. We headed over as our big old group in hopes that De. Roux would be there but he was a no show for the night. Even though he didn't show up the 17 of us that went out had a blast. We hung out with Fred for a while, played some games, then headed over to another bar. We hung out there for a little while then started to head back to the hotel or to get food. It ...
... nowhere to park the caravan. The hill was an incredible angle and both Jared and I were rather concerned about waking in the night to hear an almighty crash and see our van and all our belongings rolling down the hill to reception. With a bit of stress and some rather significant manoeuvrings we managed to wedge the van in safely enough using the kerbs and the wheel chocks and the van brake on emergency mode. That done, we took what we needed into the ...