Ibis Budget Canberra
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So its about a week till we fly and and i have decided to drag the bag out for my traditional "put it in the corner and throw stuff at it during the week" packing routine. Gets a bit real once you see it on the ground and you start asking yourself "do i need 3 pairs of socks?". the answer of course is no.
So a bit about this trip. General plan is mexico city then up to the Yucatan and dive dive dive down the coast until ...
... climate & infrastructure. As these people grow in number and the generations of immigrants mature, will they be as sympathetic towards the plight of the Indigenous people of Australia? Many of them have themselves escaped pitiful levels of equality and fairness n their own home countries and have managed to make a success of their new life in Australia.
*Outside the old Parliament building is the Aborigine Tent Embassy ...
... most breathtaking views, the tallest trees we've ever seen and the highest road we've been on. Wilson survived, thankfully, and we meandered through the mountain range through sun and cloud, thick thick fog, back to cloud, rain, sun, back to cloud. Eventually we emerged the other side and headed to our planned stop at Yellow Pinch Dam, however this was closed!! A quick renavigation and referring to our guide book, we found Candelo, a quaint little town only 90k ...
... quite a few other people walking the track by this time.
After a brief goodbye to the women who had passed us - in which we all agreed it had been a beautiful day for the walk - we hopped back in Sarah's car for the hour long drive back to Canberra.
It was such an awesome walk - tiring but very spectacular. You wouldn't want to do it in the heat of summer or the freezing cold of winter - I believe ...
... European culture. The aboriginals have continued to fight the authorities through land claims and this appears to be an ongoing issue. However, it is quite evident how politically correct all of the institutions are reminding people that, where you are standing, what you are seeing and what you might be doing are all in deference to the native people.
We left the museum at 3.00 pm and took the bus to Commonwealth Park, on the lake and took in ...