Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra
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... an offence. Since Singapore we have a bit of a phobia about such matters. No worries, as they say constantly here. There is no one on duty at the control point.
*No Worries – SG hopes she has not caught the No Worries contagion whilst in Australia. It presumably means 'not a problem’. But is now used by young women in particular, in almost any dialogue circumstance and ad nauseum.
*As we enter Victoria our very clever sat nav works ...
... 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 ...
... wallet (it was in between the seats on the bus), Zane donated his wallet to the teachers and a number of beanies, gloves and scarves have been sitting in my lost property pile. Of course the students followed my instructions and labelled everything so I could return it...oh wait – they didn’t! We finally got to Eaglehawk at 7:15pm and had lasagne chips and salad for dinner with warm banana bread and custard for dessert. It was great to see some boys step ...
When we woke up, we went to the buffet breakfast. I had bacon, baked beans, 2 hash browns, a sausage, orange juice, hot chocolate and a blueberry muffin. It was delicious.
After breakfast we went to Questacon, which is a science museum with 8 galleries. My favourite thing was the 6 metre free fall, which I did 3 times. We also went in the earthquake house, which measured 8 on the Richter scale. The house shook, the ...
Another early morning, departing Alice's in Newcastle jus after 5am. Armed with my starbucks american-size coffee cup, there's now way i'll be falling asleep anytime soon. The first hour is pretty much dark, but as I get to the outskirts of Sydney the sun comes up and the scenery through the mountains is once again spectacular. I manage to get through the suburbs just before 7am, just missing the morning traffic. You can tell the highway between Sydney and Canberra ...