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Travel Blogs from Phillip
... up with Merv buying a ticket and trying out the track!! Big Boys still have fun!!
We travelled onto Corin Dam for a look at Canberras water supply, that was the end of the road, so turned around to back track.
Stopped at Woods reserve to have our sandwich, hot coffee and feed the baby magpies that just gave you that look... you couldn't ignore. Maybe put a tag on this place as a getaway when summer comes, a nice stream, plenty of tables, quiet area.
One thing that strikes me about any camp (not just the
Canberra trip) is the amount of enthusiasm that children wake up with each day.
This certainly was true of this morning. After a good night’s sleep MOST
students were ready for a big day (I guess that not all people can be morning
people, even on the Canberra trip).
One young man especially had a great night sleep as he used
his doona as a sleeping bag. ...
... of bight but it was closed so turned back to the road house to stay the night . One room cost us $199 not cheap Time it took us from5 am to 4:45pm including the 1.5h time difference so it took us 10.5hours including our pit stops 1108kms total ...
... br> participated in an interactive activity followed by some role plays in the House of Representatives and the Senate. We ‘met’ Sir Isaac Isaacs and Dame Quentin Bryce as well as Sir Littleton Groom and Joan Child.
At the conclusion of our visit we quickly set off to the Electoral Commission to learn about the current preferential voting system as well as ...
Needing a run this morning I drove to Mollymook where there is a good path along the beach. I joined the other joggers, retires, dog walkers and watched the sun come up as I ran. A quick 5k and I was ready to swim. Only to find I'd left my swim bag behind! Contemplated a nudie run. Not really! Returned just in time to say goodbye to Johno before he cycled off to school, such a lovely fella :) Had a cuppa and a chat with Ashton while he made ...