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... emerald eyes.
There was also a extraordinary sapphire necklace with a gold rim and some beautiful cloth with about 50 feathers every square centimetre. When you looked from a distance the cloth had wonderful patterns from red and yellow and green. They were parrot feathers. If you were lucky enough to find a dead parrot back in Inca times ...
... the English birds that squawk.
We drove on into Canberra itself along the main road and across the lake. We passed the Novotel where I stayed before and I recognised some of the city. We drove around the Embassy area and took photos of the more interesting buildings. The American Embassy is huge and when we did a 3 point turn outside, I'm sure they took our number plate! We got lost a few times as the city is a ...
... with aboriginal history, white settlement, and the development of the nation we have today. It was great to wander from the beginning through to now. Following the museum displays the kids played human battleship...just like the game but with people instead of ships.
After some lunch and a bit of a play to let the kids burn off some energy, and next stop was the Museum of Australian Democracy at ...
... that tomorrow morning will run smoothly and that no children are left behind (joke!).
After dinner we all sat down and read through a few of your comments from the week. This was a nice moment for many students as they heard messages from many of you. Even though it was impossible to read all the comments, for the students to hear some of the comments was refreshing and comforting. Once again, we all thank you for your support.
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... a “bit of a know it all” wasborn in Broken Hill on 30 May 1928. Pro worked as a train driver in the mines, however had a passion for art from an early age. A gallery owner from Adelaide discovered Pro in 1962 and from there his name grew. His work was inspired by all aspects of life around Broken Hill and his ...
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