Peppers Gallery Hotel
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... gone. The whole experience was pretty awesome. A couple of fisherman were surprised we had found the place as not many people knew about it. We continued on our drive towards Canberra and were blown away by the switchbacks and mountainous terrain we were going through. We drove around Australia's capital for a bit then found Dean and Toni's beautiful, beautiful spot out in the country. They have a ...
... learnt to generally review each days journey before the off to try and avoid more daft mistakes.
I am in the biggest Youth Hostel I have ever seen with 30 multiple bunk bed rooms on each floor and there are 3 floors. It has its own swimming pool, Spa, Sauna massive kitchen TV Rooms, BBQ area, pool tables etc so I am really roughing it for $27 a night. (about 15 pounds). It is going to cost me nearly as much to park ...
Hey everyone! Sorry its been a bit since I have updated you on life down under. Classes have started so things have been a bit more busy as I try to figure out how to navigate my way around. Since I last undated y'all things have really gotten going. We got through Orientation just fine and had a good time going to all the events that were offered. My favorite was probably the ice cream social, because as you probably know I am ...
Zipped through Canberra for long enough to watch Iraq v Palestine in the Asian Cup.
Though losing, the Palestinians in the crowd seemed to have a great time - and got a fantastic reception from (almost) all when they marched en-masse around the ground, waving flags, displaying maps and beating drums, half-way through the second half.
Soon though, with the last of my 'i's dotted and 't's crossed it was off to ...
... was particular fascinating. It was pretty much access all areas to the building which housed the Australian Government from 1927 to 1988. From visiting both chambers to the old Primer Ministers office to the Press Gallery, it was eye opening to see the inner workings of the parliament. Obviously the new parliament was a lot less open but I was still able to go inside both chambers for free (something that would set you back a fair whack in England...or for free with ...