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... of exhibitions which are all hands on which are brilliant. From mind boggling to a physically challenging 6 metre free fall on to a massive slide. Anyone really interested in any of the sites just need to Google them to get a feel and there is even a virtual tour of Calthorpes House.
All the walking has tired me out so off to bed for hopefully a better night then up bright and early for an 800km+ drive to Mildura in ...
Sunday a day of contemplation, so we returned to the War Memorial to see around the exhibits we had not seen the first time. We follow the story of the Australian forces through the 1st War and then 2nd. There are some truly horrendous witness accounts and detailed stories laid out for all to see. You can really begin to understand the meaning of Anzac Day. The appalling conditions the prisoners of ...
... Belize. then onto caye caulker to dive blue hole and then back to the mainland to hit the jungles and peaks of Guatamala and see tikal. After that i bid farewell to my little travel buddy and head to Honduras for 2 weeks of diving on the Bay islands. Total trip about 6 weeks.
Its been a little while since i went on a trip and a while longer since i had a travel buddy. lets read on :)
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... the generations of immigrants mature, will they be as sympathetic towards the plight of the Indigenous people of Australia? After all, many have themselves escaped pitiful levels of equality and justice In their countries and yet have managed to make a success of their new life in Australia. As far as concessions to the Indigenous people are concerned, now might be as good as it gets.
*Outside the old Parliament building is ...
... the sunshine was replaced by a monstrous thunderstorm. All of a sudden spending the night in a tent didn't seem all that appealing so we decided to continue up the road inland toward Canberra in search of a more protected area. This drive would lead us up a very steep mountain pass to the Australian Southern Highlands. We have read that it is a very beautiful trip, but unfortunately may never know. About 1/4 of the way up, we ran into a fog bank that ...