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... new things) I got a new journal for my journaling and a new bathing suit because I am going to be needing it soon ;). I loved just looking around and seeing all the sights and all the people because I thought that was pretty neat. We went to Victoria market which is kind of like those markets that you find in Hong Kong and Thailand but, a bit more modernized. We also went to this neighbourhood by the beach, St Kildas, which was super neat.
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... out-of-town shopping malls, fast-food joints and various other establishments lit up with neon, Canberra greeted us with beautiful tree-lined boulevards, perfectly manicured roundabouts and inviting parks and recreational areas. Our eyes liked what they saw and it made a welcome change to arrive in a city that has found the right balance of urban and rural all mixed together...with slightly more emphasis on rural!
... a 90 minute long tour of some of the War Memorial. The new, refurbished WW1 gallery is so well worth a visit. The boys found the names of the family members who gave their lives in WW1 ...John Patrick Fahey and John Samuel Stockdale. We really need to go back for another half day. We are all tired tonight..sore feet,too..so tomorrow will have a slower day. So glad we decided to come this year whilst we still have the energy( of sorts) to keep up with the ...
... the Christmas recess and went into the House of Representatives to watch ‘question time’ that was great. It was so funny, like a Christmas pantomime only the leading roles were taken by; Tony Abbott (Prime Minister), Julie Bishop, Joe Hockey and all the other government and opposition politicians, the speaker played a great supporting role and was ...
... interesting museum about Australian democracy and the Australian Constitution. Yes , that may sound a rather dry subject.. But after visiting so many places where early Settlers arrived to make a new life, it is an important piece of the Australian - Indigenous people jigsaw puzzle that is still being solved today.
* SG now understands that it is wrong to judge the actions and beliefs of the early European settlers in 18 and ...