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Friday 7 November 2014
Canberra, it's worth a visit
*We first drive to Ainslie Lookout , the highest natural point in the immediate area which gives you an almost 360 degree view of Canberra and environs - and it costs nothing. If you go up Black Mountain Tower ( the other option for a view) you will pay for the privilege and are restricted by opening hours.
*In 2010 Canberra had a population of just over ...
... I slipped, slopped and slapped on our sunscreen, and set off around 8.30am to conquer the trail.
After a short moment of wondering - where the heck is the path - we consulted Sarah's trusty guidebook (A guide to walks in Canberra), and discovered the slightly mown grass path leading to Brayshaw's Hut - the first stop on track. Not that it was hard to get lost at that point - the hut was only about 150 metres ...
... a tear to your eye. Black Mountain and Telstra Tower was a little bit of a let down. We were hoping to get a birds eye view of Canberra however, the trees had over grown at the lookout and the cost to travel up the tower well over priced.
On our way back we managed to get a glimpse of the Captain Cook memorial fountain. None of us could believe how high up in the air it went.
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We should be in Glasgow around 12.30 (lunch time) which I think is about 9.30 pm Australia time.
We only stop in Glasgow for as long as it take to get our bags, then on a bus to Stirling and the "band camp" for the next two weeks.
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