Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
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After a lift from Sarah to Central Station, this morning I moved on from Sydney to Canberra by coach, arriving at around 1:30pm following a three and a half hour journey. I arrived in the Australian Capital in the middle of a torrential rain downpour, eventually finding my way to the free bus which tours the city in a continuous loop. Canberra is …
... European culture. The aboriginals have continued to fight the authorities through land claims and this appears to be an ongoing issue. However, it is quite evident how politically correct all of the institutions are reminding people that, where you are standing, what you are seeing and what you might be doing are all in deference to the native people.
We left the museum at 3.00 pm and took the bus to Commonwealth Park, on the lake and took in ...
... not tight for the plane, well that didn't exactly go to plan either so let's hope it's not worse tmrw!! I'll write more tomorrow and start the photo blitz! Thanks for the great messages, I hope we can keep you entertained and we look forward to sharing our adventure with you all and reading your comments! Chow for now my last sleep awaits! Mon ...
... That was a great way to start out tour. We got to see most of the buildings and landmarks of Canberra that we would be visiting and it was a nice slow way to start the tour. Lots of photos were taken and the teachers were introduced to a new piece of equipment that made us laugh – the selfie pole – an extendable arm that holds onto your phone or camera so you can take a better “selfie” – made us laugh!
After having ...
... dorms. We went to Government House one morning, which is the political centre of Australia. Katie's Stepfather worked there and was able to give us a behind the scenes tour, which was great, especially when he described it as a 'just shitload of corridors'! It really was...and huge too. We walked past the Prime Minister's office and poked our heads in, which was pretty surreal as I can't imagine just poking my head round David ...