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... few days while people are arriving and I'm working on making friends, but it is never fun not having anyone to talk to. Luckily for me another exchange student responded to a message I put up on the group Facebook page and showed me around the area a bit more. I didn't know that there was lake quite so easy to access from campus- we walked over after stopping to take care of some errands. After walking around for a bit she took me up to where there ...
... Club to say hello and then another pitstop to have a look around the National Gallery of Australia. After seeing so much of the beautiful landscape of Australia it was really nice to also take in some of culture of the country as well. As we were having lunch the heavens started to open again and so we finished off the last 6 kms in the rain. We are now heading back out to the coast for our last few days on the road and tonight our base is Batemans ...
... and Jessy surely will be at the playground afterwards. And she was! After some good play time it was time to hit the road for another 300kms. The final stretch to Adelaide. The boys are looking forward to play with Lachie& Ollie ( and Kerri ). We are very much excited about meeting all our Adelaide friends again. Aiden complaint about a sore tummy. He reckons the ipad would help to make it ...
... War Memorial. If you are in Canberra, it is a’ must see’. Even Aussies agree on that. As it happens preparations are in place for Remembrance Sunday this weekend. Although the really big day of Commemoration in the Aussie calendar is April 25, Anzac Day. This is the day when the Nation remembers the landing of the Australian army on a beach in a small place called Gallipoli in Turkey.
*Another metaphorical circle ...
... to Westerman's Hut in the distance. We wouldn't be heading to the hut just yet; it would be our final stop on the way back to the car.
Taking advantage of the peaceful spot and gorgeous view, Sarah and I sat for a while, ate our morning tea of peanut butter / date balls and enjoyed the peace and quiet.
Before long it was time to get back on the trail and head further towards the valley and the ...