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... Festival, involving teams of indigenous youth from regional areas competing in various sports. It was a very exuberant gathering of very talented, beautiful, energetic people. The festivities included a Loch Ness style Lantern Crocodile on Jabiru Lake, fabulous lanterns, stalls, a concert including local ‘circus acts’, and tucker. Pits or earth ovens slowly cooked the magpie geese, buffalo, yams and other vegetables to produce a delicious free feast for us and all ...
This week was fantastic catching up with old friends. Ended up having lunch most days with work colleagues from when I was in the public services saw well as meeting up with the muso's that I used to work with over 20 years ago. They are still as crazy as ever but it was great to see them and talk about the old days.
Friday night I went to the Harmonies German club to see a great jazz pianist who used to play around Canberra. It was a great ...
... and with much surprise and embarrassment he quickly took off the jacket and replaced it with the jacket that was rightfully his.
Story over. I hope it was a funny for you as it was for me…
Time to wrap up our day so that I can enjoy watching Frozen with the rest of Bus 1. It is my first time!
So after we were all dressed in our own clothes we headed to Cooma where we fitted into McDonald’s and feasted on a Big Mac ...
... which was good! Dinner was leftovers from the night before when Vicky had cooked up a burrito storm and we'd planned to have it for two nights running. We concluded the day in our normal manner, wrapped up in the campervan drinking a couple of brewskis and watching bits and bobs on our phone! After bacon butties for the second day running we left Lakes Entrance with a plan of attack. The couple that we spoke to on Phillip Island had recommended that we go to Buchan, which was slightly ...
It was a steep drive out of Batemans Bay towards our nation's capital, but not a long one. Our accommodation was actually on the New South Wales side of the border. Clearly they're not into caravanning much in Canberra as none of the caravan parks looked particularly appealing online. Capital Country was big and quite plain, but clean and conveniently located to Canberra. They cater for a lot of school groups with dorms aplenty and during our stay there were many children not ...