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... city’s construction which actually started in 1913. Progress was slow and initially overshadowed by World War 1. Many opponents to the Canberra concept thought the design to be extravagant and impractical. You have to really get a view of the city from an elevated point such as Mt Ainslie to appreciate the magnificence of its design. After an initial building phase that lasted into the 1920’s, Canberra hardly grew until John Overall, ...
Dear class mates
as you all know by now, I'm going on a big trip.
In two weeks I will fly to Germany with my mum. There we will meet my grandma and grandpa. While my mum goes working in museums, I will go on a cruise ship with my grandparents. We will go for two weeks and travel to the Northkapp.
I am having difficulties with allowing you all to read what I write. Don't know why, but will sort it out.
... had travelled 3+ hours, painstakingly had 120 students get their
ski clothes, skis, helmets, boots and poles and been crammed into a hot and
uncomfortable tube. There was no way a little rain, wind and cold was going to
stop anyone from enjoying what they had come to do. Ski. And may I just say, it
Yes it was cold, and the gusts of wind that came through
every couple of minutes made it even colder, but as ...
... of the situation and bought extra presents for everyone.
We then returned to the airport to book in for our 11.45pm flight but it was delayed to leave at 1.15am and were also slugged an extra $50 bike handling fee.
I managed somehow to get to sleep straight away on the plane flight and got in about 4 hrs of sleep when I was awoken by the couple next to me. The wife was trying to get her husband to respond thinking ...
... the quality of this film has deteriorated due to its age, we were still treated to about five minutes of it! The armour worn by the character of Ned Kelly in the movie was the original armour worn by the bushranger himself! We saw excerpts of ‘Skippy’ and other iconic Australian film and TV.
What a wonderful day, capped off by a nice warm meal and a video!