Rydges Capital Hill Canberra
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... and ‘Happy Birthday to you’ song, we set off, with me driving most of the day, as Tony has developed a sore shoulder. We called into Wagga Wagga to visit Penelope, who will be married in a fortnight. We saw The Dog on the Tuckerbox, 5 miles from Gundagai. We gave him Red Dog’s best wishes from Dampier! We set up camp at EPIC, drove to Claire and Ed’s and had a wonderful celebratory evening with them including dinner at an Italian restaurant, Chez Frederic in ...
... church which includes communion to which everyone is welcome to take as well as a 15 minute meditation as part of the service. They rent an Anglican Church on Saturday evenings from 6 till 7pm and have the chairs arranged almost in a large circle. I found it a most enlightening and inclusive time together with a diverse group of people. Finishing with supper of wine and cheese. Meredith a paediatrician offered to drive me back to the caravan park, which was on her way ...
... to him, nonetheless) that he was actually taking his ex-girlfriend and her son… in the hopes of winning her back.
YAY BOYS AND TRAVEL.
But now there is Sacha.
When I set out to write about Sacha I want to resort to beautiful Lena Dunham-like prose. On her relationship with now-fiancÚ *************, she’s “written sentences about how the first time we made love it felt like dropping my keys on the table after ...
... requests while we stretched our legs and feasted on deliciousness.
As we reached Canberra we reached for our gloves, beanies and scarves as the temperature was significantly colder than that in the sunshine state.
We hopped on our busses and off we set towards our first Canberra attraction, The Royal Australian Mint.
The Mint failed to offer any quality stories for the blog, so I will move straight onto Questacon and the ...
... was definitely the hottest weather we've had on this section of the trip - Vicky nearly took off her jumper! Conscious of time though we didn't spend to long and carried on to what we had picked as a stop off in Narooma. Primarily, Narooma is the gateway to Montague Island which sits 9km off the coast and is home to penguins, seals, vast seabirds and passing whales. We had tried to book on to a tour to the island but nobody seemed to be running them that day, perhaps due to a lack ...