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... down in a cabin again because we’re so soft.
Tuesday 27 November – Day 253
We only have 500kms to go but we had decided to get back to Canberra tomorrow and stop somewhere on the way. However the rain started as soon as we set off and throughout the day the clouds followed us east together with some very heavy showers. By lunchtime we were in Gudagai, only 180km or so from Canberra, so we decided to keep going as there was no ...
... of every thing you could imagine used in every war from World War 1 through to todays modern conflicts. There were numbers of dioramas deplicting scences of wars past, sound and light shows re-enacting war time scences which made you feel like you were there, guns, planes, uniforms, tanks, helicopters, submarines and much much more. There was also a discovery centre which allowed this kids to sit in a helipcopter, ...
At Parliament House we had a mock Parliament Time. The main difference between the real Parliament Time and our mock Parliament Time was that ours had less insults thrown. It was a great learning experience with the process of passing a bill coming alive for many children. We also had the chance to have a tour of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Who would have thought that the colour scheme ...
... for the Perth International Arts Festival. This pleased both of us no end.
I had to say farewell to Kate and offered her a lift back to her hotel - it had suddenly gotten bitterly cold and the poor girl was wearing a skirt and tights... We both wished we had known about the other earlier so we could have coordinated our travel plans. At least we know now and know we have a kindred spirit for some girls night in in the future (Kim, Shaz, we may have to do ...
... paradise of Bondi Beach or as Nick knew it - Bonsai Beach, Byron Bay or "where are we again?" Bondi Beach is sandy and is right next to the sea. The next day, it rained, it rained! We decided to visit a market in Paddington, Sydney, hoping to have a peruse and pick up some cheap food. it transpired, however, that this was the type of market frequented by hordes of middle class Sydney ladies hunting for a new picture for the living room or an art deco ...
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