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... massive Cemetery and went to the Temptations Restaurant at the Hotel Astra for dinner. Malcolm Turnbull was elected that night to the position of Prime Minister.
The next morning we found a tyre centre and ordered 4 new tyres, which would be sent overnight from Adelaide. We dropped into the Information Centre and were quickly signed up to do a tour of Broken Hill departing immediately. The tour was excellent, highlighting the town, stories, history, mines and the ...
... and we're delighted to meet up with Deb Packer, Mary Beatty and Suzie, who used to be in Hobart for a short while a few years ago. ‘Enid’ also asked to be remembered to Pauline Maguire. We then made our way to Gungahlin where we were to meet up with Tim Webster in the afternoon. On arriving at the shopping centre we decided to have lunch first at ...
... back at school approximately an hour earlier than advertised so if you can be at school ready to pick up your child at approx. 2.15 (Friday 31 July) it would be most appreciated. I am sure you will be eager to see them again. They are really enjoying the messages you are leaving them on the blog and we are having fun reading to them at breakfast…although not tomorrow morning as breakfast is at 4.15. More news after our snow day. (this last part was written by Mrs Todd, she is the ...
... ensue. After a quick stop off in the shops we were back at camp making curry and putting in family feud just in time to see AB lose. We relaxed in the TV room for a bit that evening, drinking our Hammer 'N' Tongue beers which we bought half way through the journey before residing ourselves to another chilly night in the van. Feeling we must've just been unlucky the night before, after checking out it was back to the lookout for a quick sighting. It was again very pretty but no whales ...
... Young were flying the flag for the Greens but I couldn't see Scott Ludlam unfortunately, from my Applecross Senior High School class of 1987. The bells were rung for the Senate after we left and we hoped those not present earlier were running to take their seats? We finished our look at Parliament House with a visit up to the roof (the flag is as big as a double decker bus) and viewing the paintings of past prime ministers and Kevin Rudd's apology to the stolen ...