Mantra on Northbourne Canberra
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Australia Day rocks! Having woken up after a good sleep I faced clear blue skies and sunshine on the other side of my hotel curtains. Feeling refreshed I headed out to the National Museum Australia. A 45minute walk later through Canberra's virtually deserted Sunday morning streets found me outside the museum. The building itself was architecturally …
... which has the largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artwork in the world. The collection is spectacular and is also a must see whilst in Canberra. SG manages to take a few illicit photos to give you an idea of the quality of work on display. ( See photos) In the basement there is an Aboriginal Memorial to commemorate 200 years of European settlement. It was produced by a group of Aborigine artists between 1987-8. There are 200 ...
... reasons. Cousins and relatives: From England: Uncle Toli, you are amazing, loved listening to your stories and pleased you were able to come to your first English home of Cornwall with us. Cousin Louise, drug courier, always happy, such a positive outlook and according to one waitress still young. Cousin Rebecca, keep the finger down, you and Cousin Louise must be twins. You are also happy and positive and always smiling. ...
... ll move on from my favourite part of day 1 onto dinner
Dinner was spaghetti bolognaise and salad. Delicious. Then
this was followed by apple crumble with ice-cream. Needless to say, this was a
As we sign off for day 1 I am happy to inform all that we
have had an amazing day. We are all so proud of how well the students have
coped and conducted themselves throughout the day.
Chris Walters and the Canberra team
... hit the coffee at the shops though some of the girls still managed to do some clothes shopping!
After the shops we headed off to the AIS – the Australian Institute of Sport for our Sports Experience. We were broken up into three groups where we each got to play Hockey (outside), Dodge ball and sock wrestling. I stuck with the Dodgeball so I could get shots of all the students – didn’t work since I ended up playing! I just must ...