Ibis Budget Canberra
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staying a little way out of the city centre was not a problem as the busses ran every 15mins in peak time and the journey was straight forward. Once in the city there was a free bus that took us to all of the main attractions as this year Canberra is celebrating its centenary. The old parliament house was well worth the visit but the new one was a …
... our AIRBNB flat is not on the official city maps. We are lucky to catch the Canberra Tourist Information Office before it closes, and the assistant helpfully prints out a Google map for us with all the directions. Miami, take note!
We are distressed to find that our accommodation in Canberra does not offer wifi connection. Janet, our host, suggests we visit the local Westfield Shopping Mall, which has free wifi throughout the complex. ...
... things don’t work out the way you wanted, you come out having learnt something. You’ve tried really hard and cared really deeply about a cause, a person, an experience, an outcome. It’s never a bad thing to have tried hard at something, to want something badly, to care and feel and love deeply.
You can learn from, but can’t run from, or suppress, or try to forget the bad things in life. You can’t let them make you hard and cold. ...
... the dark horse of Mr Flanagan took out the first staff game. Mr Alweyn took out the second game. I have to mention that Jaxon got a turkey – three strikes in a row. It was great to see the kids relax and get a little competitive.
Before we left the bowling alley, we sang happy birthday to Chelsea and Alyse who had their birthday’s yesterday. We have a little cup cake for them with a candle each and a card that everyone had signed.
... we then headed to the much hyped Questacon. We watched a lightning strike, “experienced” an earthquake, viewed a tornado, looked at various optical illusions, danced, solved puzzles and went on the giant freefall.
Our day concluded with a reflective campfire prayer liturgy and delicious toasted marshmallows. Yummm!!
Repacking to go home has been a learning experience for all of us!