Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra, James Court
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... are mentioned. Adjacent to many names, poppies have been inserted – they form an overall splash of colour. The beautiful domed ceiling of the memorial chapel has a distinctly Byzantine feel. The stained glass windows and mosaics within the chapel are the work of an ex soldier called Napier Waller who lost an arm in World War 1. He finished the chapel’s glorious interior in 1958.
*There is a wonderfully moving tribute to ...
... to Westerman's Hut in the distance. We wouldn't be heading to the hut just yet; it would be our final stop on the way back to the car.
Taking advantage of the peaceful spot and gorgeous view, Sarah and I sat for a while, ate our morning tea of peanut butter / date balls and enjoyed the peace and quiet.
Before long it was time to get back on the trail and head further towards the valley and the ...
... already had four shifts at the National Capital Private Hospital at
This weekend, just to get away from the caravan for a few hours we have gone for a visit to Lake Burley Griffin, it is only a 10 minute drive from our caravan park.
We walked around a very small portion of the the Lake which is an artificial lake, that is 11km in length, 1.2km in width and 6.64km2 ...
... 8217;m pretty confident that he doesn’t usually use
his doona in this manner, however, he figures that when he’s on camp that this
is his means of bedding. We’ll try and work on this one tonight.
Even a trip to Canberra throws up (not literally) it’s
Parisian luxuries with among other selections, croissants being on the
breakfast menu. However, this was the only French influence on the day.
... was dead or dying so we had a couple of issues to deal with.
As the airline hostesses showed up he finally came to, I moved out of the way and then after a while they moved him to the toilet in the middle of the plane. That woke us all up but thankfully the passenger recovered from having an episode of low blood pressure and I was moved to the back of the plane so they could lie him down across the three seats. I ...