Mantra on Northbourne Canberra
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Sorry for the late post, been here there and everywhere. Now going to post two in quick succession! Jervis Bay was beautiful. We chilled on Hyams beach and as we were all exhausted decided that not talking was the best policy hence the blog title. Jervis bay has the whitest sands in the world as proven by the Guinness world records. Kangaroo Valley was next, which as you can imagine consisted of wild kangaroos bouncing around in all the ...
... all kinds of acts of bravery and sacrifice show themselves to be far from ordinary. Our career politicians of today, perhaps more concerned about their electorability, need to be reminded of this - over and over again.
*Definitely put the Canberra War Memorial on your ‘to do’ list. The museum element of the exhibition is brilliantly done too and is being expanded in this very significant year of 2014. It will be open to ...
... to a few feet and we had to drive the entire pass at less than 20 km/h! Eventually we reached the top and the fog broke to reveal picturesque farm land and "mountains." With more stormy weather in the forecast, we took the opportunity to spend our first night in an Aussie cabin at a caravan park in Mose Vail. The next day we made our way to Canberra which may be one of the most interesting and dull capital cities in the world! For those who don't ...
... outside, and before we knew it Kirsten and Stu were wishing us luck and we were alone with the girls. The next few hours were a blur, time flies when you've got twins! However to our relief, they were brilliant, perfectly behaved happy little girls, we went in to get them up, our strategy was man on man defence, we chose a twin and were responsible for the safety and well being of that twin. However as nappies were being changed and clothes were being put it ...
As we walked back we began to feel the full force of the sun as it shined very strong and bright when the clouds stayed away, and we contemplated adding another layer of sunscreen to avoid sunburn.
Annoyingly, while the weather was very warm when the sun was out, it was quite cool when it went behind the clouds - which seemed to increase in density as we continued our walk. I hadn't bothered with ...