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... We drove most of the day and stopped at spacious, shady Agnes Creek, a free roadside camp, complete with flies until dusk. We made a beautiful campfire and cooked damper – the best of the trip. There was a brilliant starlit sky, no moon and only 4 other campers.
The following day was also a long travelling one, although we made time for exploring Coober Pedy. It hadn’t changed too much in the last 20 years. There may be more mines, more signs per square km ...
Tuesday 25 August Today we toured Parliament House with a guide. Part way through the tour I received a call from the police to inform me that the iPad had been handed in that morning. Whew! So after Parliament House we travelled back to Gungahlin police station and picked it up. I found out that an Indian woman who worked at the early learning centre next to ...
... couldn't help but be impressed by the manners and behaviour of students at eating times through to a lady and an ex-serviceman stopping as they reached the bottom of the stairs at the War Memorial straight after The Last Post Ceremony to make sure we knew how respectful and well behaved our students were during the ceremony.
In terms of funny stories however we seem to be in a bit of a drought this year. The trip has certainly been 'less eventful’ without the ...
... seen water. We only bobbed our heads in before continuing over the border in to NSW and on to Eden, a famous whaling village in the south of the state. Eden is so famous as a whaling village that it has its own whale museum, within which "Old Tom" is their prized possession. Tom was a killer whale whose skeleton now has pride of place on display for visitors to look at and hear of his story. In its prime, Eden was one of the most successful whaling villages and that was helped by ...
... all brought their swords and maces into the chambers. Sometimes the parties drew their weapons against each other and that's why the tables remain wide today! She went on to talk about the role of the Speaker and the President in the House of Representatives and the Senate to keep the order. Each has a protector now, (Serjeant-at-arms) who carries the mace, just in case, as it's not a job anyone wants! We were pretty sure perhaps Bronwyn Bishop might have wanted to ...