Kingston Terrace Serviced Apartments
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Kids did the following presentations: Emma bungy jumping, Katie earthquakes, Evan volcanoes. If you are interested in seeing these we would be love to send them to you.
******Things that Emma, Katie, and Evan learned on Macka’s farm*******
1. Black chickens lay cream-colored eggs.
2. Brown chickens lay brown eggs.
... walking up to a time-machine. To open the door, you must pretend you are a Jedi Master and, like Obi-Wan Kenobi, gently wave your hand from left to right. Your Jedi powers then magically open the aluminium door and you step into another world... in a galaxy far far away!
As you enter, you are greeted by a robotic American voice who welcomes you to the ‘toilet of the future’, to make yourself comfortable, ...
... the woman just layers and layers until she gets the effect she wants.
We had lunch of pancakes, mixed berries, ice-cream, cream and chocolate hot fudge, needless to say the diet is not working very well at all, but it was yummie.
We then walked to the Canberra Glassworks, next door, which operates out of the historic Kingston Powerhouse in Kingston it is the only cultural centre that is wholly dedicated to contemporary glass art.
... and presentation cases. Lovely coffee and cake before we left!!!
It was really great to meet up with Bill and Katie again during our Canberra stay, it had been five months since meeting them in Tonga and difficult to believe how quickly that time had passed. We had a couple of great evenings with them eating out at a local Vietnamese restaurant one night and ...
... Tent Embassy that was first erected in 1972. Around the ‘Embassy’ are a collection of ‘residential’ tents that have signs of recent occupation. It is basically a protest statement by the Aborigines against the Federal Government over land rights issues. The Aborigines were only given the right to vote in 1962. Previously they were not even considered to be Australian citizens. It was only after similar land rights ...