Rydges Capital Hill Canberra
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... sides of the eternal burning flame list the names of 102,000 servicemen & women who lost their lives in Australia’s various conflicts. All are equal, so no rank or awards are mentioned. Adjacent to many names, poppies have been inserted – they form an overall splash of colour. The beautiful domed ceiling of the memorial chapel has a distinctly Byzantine feel. The stained glass windows and mosaics within the chapel are the work ...
After a few short days visiting Sydney, we were back on the road. The next stop would be the beautiful beach town of Wollongong, New South Wales on our way to Australia's capital city, Canberra. The trip down the coast line allowed us a chance to see our first Australian National Park as well as a great coastal drive that was very reminiscent of Big Sur, Ca. Our original plan was to set up camp for the night near the beach in Wollongong but as soon as ...
After lots more exploring, taking other roads we came across the very impressive and touching memeorial for the vessel given the name of Sievx SIEVX is a naval acronym, standing for Suspected Illegal Entry Vessel X – it held mostly refugees from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, 400 t were cowded onto a fishing boat only 19.5 metres long, One man attempting to take his family off was pistol whipped and forced back. Armed Indonesian ...
... and eaten or merely killed by the pack of wild pigs supposedly roaming the area. After discussing the merits / drawbacks of running into wild pigs and I think were both a little disappointed when we didn't see the wild pack noted in the guidebook.
By 11am we were heading back up the valley again along the fire trail, towards the final hut (Westerman's Hut which we'd seen from the lookout), and our ...
As we sit on the bus after leaving Cooma McDonalds roughly
20 minutes ago, the waking of the children at 3.45 this morning seems so long
ago. It has been a day that overall has been smooth sailing, with a storm or
two (or just rain) along the way.
Resilience is the word that springs to mind when I think
about today. The students were brilliant in the way they kept a positive
attitude and kept taking ...