Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
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... is a super amazing city and I am disappointed that I only got to spend two days in Melbourne but, I guess that just means that I will have to go back. ;)
Melbourne, I miss you already <3 <3
Jen- We have now hit Mainland Australia. We are here for 3 months. Funny how half our trip is filled with all the other travels (HK, Thailand, New Zealand, Tasmania) and the other half is spent driving up the east side of the mainland- that ...
... To get our bearings, we first stopped at the summit of Mount Ainslie which provides a great view across the city. For the first time we could see the symmetrical layout of the roads and parks, perfectly aligned Government buildings, endless monuments and the man-made Lake Burley Griffin, named after the man who designed Canberra. The lake is huge and a core feature of the city, primarily functioning to separate the commercial ...
... The White Lions were all asleep, but saw plenty of Monkey's and Meerkat's. The Sun Bear was as high as he could get on a pedestal and was not happy, just kept pacing.
A Tiger was also pacing and another one was asleep, which was the case with all the other animals except the Giraffe, which was in a small pen and was not a good look.
We then went through ...
... element of convict labour to consider - controls had to be tight. The noble instructions to get consent and collaboration from the natives were largely ignored - the tragedy and dilemma for Australia is that the Aborigines had to wait 200 years or more until their status and rights started to improve.
*An observation here that is just a personal reflection: Australia is experiencing another massive wave of immigration from Asia - ...
... I'd be allowed in. But the security guards didn't bat an eyelid at my attire - they'd just let in a dreadlocked guy with a straw hat and a guitar. And so, with my sunnies on my head, I strolled into the House of Representatives and listened to a debate about child care. My inner journo geek was incredibly excited. However, one day in Canberra was enough. Why did I go? So I can say I have been. And - with a few exceptions - it was pretty ...