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Woke up early to see if we could watch the US Open Finals online (as it wasn't being shown on TV), but no luck.
Ren had to go to work today so Shobs, Sunil and I did touristy things. It was another sunny blue-skied day. Map in hand, and with Brendan's directions from the night before, we set off for the galleries...with many cherry blossom photos on the way. It was a half hour walk - and it got quite warm.
First stop, ...
... how I feel, really. "How can one know colour in perpetual green, and what good is warmth without cold to give it sweetness?"
But OH GEE WHAT DOES ANY OF THIS HAVE TO DO WITH GOING AWAYYYYY, BEEEEEE? Get to the point, already.
I think, what I’m really doing by espousing all this airy fairy crud, is letting myself off the hook. Although I feel apprehensive about being back in the arms of Vancouver, my city lady love, I’m not going to let my ...
Electoral Education Office – What many students thought would be the most boring event of the whole program was named one of the best activities so far on the camp. Students watched a holographic movie about the history of voting and democracy in Australia. They then went into the discovery zone where they looked to see if their parents were enrolled on the Electoral Role. From there they went and held their own election to work out which candidate ...
Our visit to the Australian War Memorial was a real highlight of our trip so far. A total
contrast to the feelings we had yesterday.
The best way for us to tell you about the day is to leave it to the children. Here are some of their thoughts…
‘It was a special feeling to put a poppy next to a name that didn’t have one next ...
... had died. (Apparently they plan to read a different story every evening) , the Ode was recited then the Last Post. No place for a big sook..
We went to the Botanical Gardens, drove to Bungendore( a little town nearby that one of Chris's ancestors had lived.) and paddled on Lake Burley Griffen.
Sunny every day but down to zero or close each night.