Ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk
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... We don’t get sick of hearing these
As we finished the lessons, the students that had picked up
skiing quickly hit the gentle slopes for some final last skiing before having
some lunch and heading ‘home’. It was impressive to see the amount of students
with the confidence to put the ski lesson into action and make some tracks down
Finally, I must finish today’s ...
Yay! We finally made it to Questacon! We said goodbye to Annette this morning over coffee at Questacon and then spent the next 4 hours exploring all the wonders of this huge science museum. It was like a gigantic Hands On Centre or IEMC that Paul used to work at, but it catered for children from 1-16 yrs as well as big kids like us! We even went into a little house where they simulated an earthquake. I was a ...
... wearing them to keep warm, although the day has been bright and sunny. At 10:30am in the middle of nowhere, there was a police roadblock at which point, Richard was breathalysed. Obviously he was ok but made us wonder why they were stopping people on such a quiet road and at that time of the day. Sampled the famous Australian pies for lunch, then drove onto Canberra, where we got lost. Eventually found the ...
On the way to Canberra I stopped at Gundagai - I have added photos.
Also and interesting place called Uranquinty. The story here is interesting as it was a settlement for migrants set up by the government.
I also stopped at a winery between Yass and Canberra, Poachers Pantry where I bought some great locally smoked meats and of course a bottle of ...
... ago and it has certainly changed... heaps!! They've done a great job. There are a lot more interactive and visually stimulating things to do which meant the kids were entertained and we were able to spend most of the day there.
Huge day! Really good day but now we're all ...