Ibis Styles Canberra Narrabundah
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... and informative. Thanks to Michelle in Comox for getting the official documents to us in time to leave! You need the registration on departure and arrival from each country and to update your Maritime Mobile Security Identification (MMSI) number in case of distress. That's your unique 'code' you get (in our case from Industry Canada - more paperwork!) that identifies your vessel anywhere in the world and is used for Digital Selective Calling ...
... the cancellation of the daily ferry to Phillip Island that afternoon, and the epic, cold, rainy journey including trains and impromptu shuttle buses that other riders encountered on their way to Cowes. Phew - bullet dodged! So instead, we enjoyed two fantastic nights out with Gareth, Megan and family - great friends of Paul's from both university and early work life in London. We explored the wonderful restaurants and cafes of hoppin' Hardware Lane and their associated 'sales pitches' ...
... onto the Barton Highway and into Canberra. The Treg and the Egg tour was over, but we had a mountain of cleaning to do. We pulled everything out of the egg and then I took it down to the car wash and gave it a thorough blast with the high pressure cleaner. There was a river of red mud running under the Treg and the Egg and I reckon I cleaned off about 10kgs of mud and dirt. Once I got back home, Karen got into it with the spray and ...
... lights went off, fridge opened, things fell off the shelves and the wall split. If it was a real earthquake it would have been really scary.
Then we went to Commonwealth park, which is around Lake Burleigh Griffen. We walked around Lake Burleigh Griffen and went to the fort, which is a park with lots of tunnels and we played tag with so e other kids there. My mum played at that same park a long time ago when she was a ...
Well I'm off to fulfil a dream of riding on some of the world's best single track over in BC British Columbia, Canada - a dream which myself and riding buddy Alan talked about whilst building trails in the winter of last year for the Kowalski Classic. We worked through on Wednesdays as my wonderful work/life balance allowed me to and as we carved out some new trails including the highest in the district Alan who has been there twice before had to "twist" my arm to come along.