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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 …
... because my past experiences are giving me doubt, I think of something my father always said to me, in his booming, theatrical way. “POUR BOLDLY”, he would say dramatically, gesticulating accordingly.
In reality, we were always at the dinner table and I would be attempting to pour a drink from a very full bottle into my glass. He was trying to avoid the mess that comes when you pour timidly. It spills absolutely everywhere!
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... when they help in quizzes
Our bus driver Neil is a good bowler
Mr Potter needs to learn about personal space – when I say congregate around me, he is REALLY close!
Tomorrow we are heading to Government House. We are hoping to meet the Governor General. As I said, this is my sixth time coming to Canberra and I have never met the Governor General at Government House. I missed out on it two years ago – well Dame Quentin Bryce waved at ...
... and at one stage, when we had gone upstairs before realising we shouldn't have, we ran down the fire escape stairs only to discover that we were back outside the building! Apparently steps next to the elevator are ONLY to be used during a fire evacuation! Oops!! We then went back into the Shopping Centre by the nearest door, which totally disoriented us when we had finished shopping and wanted to go back to our van - which door do we go ...
... DFAT's Do Not Travel list); a self-addressed prepaid return envelope; and (as of May 2014) a money order for A$112.
The Iranian Embassy recommends allowing four weeks for visa processing - and so do I. Although your visa reference number is technically a form of visa pre-approval, the process is still lengthy and any attempts to contact the Embassy by phone or email will make you feel like a character from Dante's Inferno (the book ...