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... to the hundreds of miners who have been killed mostly in mining accidents. Wayne the guide had been a supervisor with Pasminco. He drove past every school, (including the lovely Bourke Ward Public), Pro Hart’s place and every building and house in Broken Hill – some twice. We were fascinated by BH and wondered why it had taken us so long to visit. It is so interesting and unique.
In BH we also visited the Regional Art Gallery, The Big Picture, a massive 100 ...
... restaurant. I took my iPad with me so that we coul have a look where exactly we were to meet Tim. Then we went shopping to Coles. I had the iPad with me whilst in Coles but when loading the shopping into the van I inadvertently left it in the trolley and didn't realise until we got back to the park after meeting up with Tim. In the meantime we shared a coffee ...
We can successfully say that the first day is done and dusted.
In trying to think of 1 or 2 words that would sum up our first day, I would have to say boring and uneventful. Well, by boring and uneventful I mean no students (or adults) rode their bike into Lake Burley Griffin (although 1 or 2 came close) and no vomiting fiascos. This isn't taking into account however, the endless fun and excitement seen on the faces of students all throughout ...
... seen, only an elderly couple enjoying an early morning picnic. When we turned to leave they were actually in the car park and we got chatting about our travels etc and it turned out that they were from Bateman's Bay, the place we had earmarked to stay that night! They had travelled down the 200-250 that morning to come to a market in Eden, they'd been up since 04:30! Travelling around Australia has certainly put distance in to perspective for us, there's no one safe in Britain from ...
... House was amazing, incredibly accessible for all, with particular attention being paid to the children - we all felt very welcome. There are people on hand everywhere to suggest things to look at and to explain various features of the house, and we would recommend it to everyone. Regardless of your political beliefs, seeing our democratic system in action was very inspiring and we left with great admiration of the big brains in the room and their commitment to our ...