Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
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... Chatswood and walked home, finally got in around midnight and for the first time in ages I genuinely felt content and happy. I've finally realised that there is no point in planning for anything in life, you just have to deal with things as they happen, if it works out then great, if not then you just go again. Some things that I thought I needed to be complete, I've realised that I don't need, don't get me wrong they would be nice but I can live without them and still move ...
... Liza and Andy - who are a couple from Vancouver who sailed the world in their Beneteau 'Bagheera' with three kids in tow for more than six years. All this before GPS was mainstream! They have written several highly recommended books, one of which, 'Cruising for Cowards' I picked up at a random book sale more than 10 years ago and devoured in less than a week (that's fast for me - I'm a slow reader). I was hooked, but it has taken us until now ...
... city for God’s sake and has been since 1908! We have high hopes of a museum or two, an art gallery maybe and some reasonable restaurants - diplomats generally eat well.
*What we do know is that unless you have a map, you will have trouble finding Canberra. We have been seeing signs for Sydney since we left Hawker in SA. Sydney lies well beyond Canberra. We would have assumed there would have been an indication of distance to the capital city. But it ...
... he is concerned he will not get his daily smacko. Having dinner in town with friends tonight and will be staying in the Novotel as it is right above the bus depot. taking the 0900 bus to Sydney in the morning in readiness forn our flight to Abu Dharbi at ...
... and go and get some hot drinks if they wanted. They made a good economic argument! Anyway the funny part is, when Tom B went up to get his hot drink, the staff asked if he was part of the school group. With a smile on his face (which hasn’t been removed all trip!) he quickly said “no” and walked off with his purchase. What he didn’t realised was that Mr Alwyen was standing right behind him. He said it was so funny to see Tom try and fib his way ...