Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra
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... t miss too much! We have yet to spot a live snake, not in a reserve and the spiders so far have been alleged to be harmless. We did get jelly fish stings while fishing but fortunately and rather obviously, not the deadly ones! A bonus of course, crocodiles don't live this far south. We have witnessed some awesome storms and seen torrential rainfall, followed very quickly by sun, with day time temperatures ranging anywhere from 28C to 35C, with ...
... are not sitting. So we can take a look at the respective chambers. They are shaped like a horse shoe and 3 dimensional skylights allow natural light to penetrate. The colours schemes are based on the Westminister colours but are more muted and pastel. So the green of the House of Representatives, for instance, is the green of the Eucalyptus leaf. 76 Senators sit in the House of Senate – each State has 12 Senators and the ...
... us tickets to see an actual session. It was just like a British movie with each side facing each other and screaming at each other. We got to see their Prime Minister, Tony Abbott argue for his Party. It was fascinating. Our workshops have been going well. The people here are very friendly. See photos ...
... always give us the senior fare but the savings are minor. The first thing that struck us was the lack of traffic and people. There was no one around It was 10.00 am and all the office/government workers were at their desks. A very strange feeling. We later learned that Canberra was designed with a number of satellite towns surrounding the City. Each community contains its own residential, government services and retail sectors. ...
... soup tonight.
At Pretty Beach we find another family who hop around by our picnic table. They seem unafraid but won’t let us get too close. These are Eastern Grey Kangaroos, very common in this area.
We drive through the eucalyptus forest to Pebbly Beach, where there are even more. These are much more amenable and actually allow us to scratch them behind their ears.
Dinner tonight is “lomo ...