Rydges Campbelltown Sydney
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... 1st place for one of the students and a 2nd place for our group. We then took them to New York for some site seeing. At that point Kimberley took the kids home and I proceeded to a summer camp in New York.
I worked in a summer camp called Iroquois Springs. The camp had 500 kids from 6years old to 16. I was employed there to teach 'woodwork' or as the traditional Americans like to call it 'shop'. I had been at camp for 2 days when I recieved an email indicating that ...
... the governor's wife, Elizabeth Macquarie had some rock carved into a special seat and used to sit and admire the view of the harbour. Although we only realised we had sat on the wrong part of the stone block when we'd finished taking our photos and a load of Chinese tourists swarmed around the actual chair and we then saw the sign.
After that me and Rob wanted to walk over the Sydney Harbour bridge, Josie and Charlotte had already done this so ...
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Its timely to remember that the decision to build Detention facilities was taken by the Australian Government with little or no consultation with the local community. Over time the initial Army tent facilities that made up the first camp developed into what is now there: four separate camps the largest being the one at North West Point but according to plans designed, I am told, by the architect of the high security detention centre at Guantanamo Bay. It works ...
So it all started at 3:15am this morning when my alarm went off. Jumping out of my bed faster than I have ever gotten out of bed before, I hopped into the shower to wash and condition my hair to look all fresh and clean for my 13 day New York holiday. After saying a quick goodbye to Balthy and Buffy (who I will genuinely miss whilst I'm away), we drove to Mum and Dads house in Rae's car to drop my luggage off. The time is now 4:30am Sydney time. We continued on to ...