Gold Creek Tourist Resort
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Chocolate Hot Cross buns for breakfast...is it Easter yet? A visit to the Parliament House was very interesting. We were able to tag along with the end of a tour in The Senate Chamber, then did our own thing exploring The House of Reps, the roof top and the hall way exhibits, including the copy of The Magna Carta An early lunch near the Australian Police War Memorial was made more pleasant as we listened to the bells of The Carillon chime the hours etc...the ...
Had a great day after getting the washing done early this morning we set off for the Questacon, The National Science and Technology Centre. So much to see and do, we started with Perception Deception, which showed how the brain can play tricks on you, illusions which could trick your senses, incredible.
Wonderworks - Science to move your mind - we were amongst a lot of families as well, it was a playground for all ...
... fellow countryman Federer and the Davis Cup title. Scratch a little deeper and his 2014 is not quite enough for him to be regarded in the same category as the above 3. Monte Carlo aside, only once did he reach further than the Last 16 in the other eight Masters 1000s and a 1st round loss in the French, reads for a topsy turvy year. 2015 will be a fascinating year for the Swiss. Defending early titles in Chennai, Melbourne and Monaco will mean he needs to start ...
... Kms, about 1600 of which were dirt and off road. We had met new friends and shared some great times on the road and around the campfire. The Treg had not missed a beat and we were rapt at how good a car it was to travel in and it's off-road capabilities were also tested and passed with flying colours. Our home for two weeks had been the egg, a fantastic camper trailer that I would recommend to anyone heading off the beaten track. ...
... dad’s dinnertime advice and apply it more broadly to my life. Despite the spills you’ve had before, despite not wanting to mess up the great big tablecloth of life, if you approach life with trepidation, it gets messy.
The vessel of life is full with rich experiences, and you must always pour from it boldly.
So, off I boldly go. Into the great unknown.
Or into Canada. Which is much the same thing, really.
Love always, your B. ...