Saville Park Suites Hotel
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... India at cricket, walked in bush land, visited nature reserves and even a real English pub, imported in its entirety from Kent, and selling London Pride, Speckled Hen and Kilkenny, all kept really well and served at just the right temperature! We have shared quite a lot of beer and wine and enjoyed many BBQs including a whole farmyard of meats on Christmas Day. We helped construct and then eat a gingerbread castle. We even swam in the pool on Boxing ...
... style to reflect their cultural heritage. In particular we like the Indonesian, Indian and S. African Embassies. The Chinese Embassy is huge with ornate roofing. It is located opposite the British High Commission which is no doubt a reflection of China’s contemporary status. It is one of Australia’s most important trading partners.
*There is an overgrown, vacant patch of land with a sign that informs that it is the ...
... in Canberra, feasting on Mexican because they had a Monday deal and we were keen for something other than sandwiches and cheese and crackers! We plan to head on towards Sydney this afternoon but stop just outside so we can have a full day to plan our next step into the big city, because Canberra is actually really small and easy to navigate and park in. We feel Sydney maybe slightly different! But let's see what tomorrow brings.... I have my fingers crossed for a ...
... ended by taking the bus back to the hotel. On Saturday and Sunday they use a different route. So we got off the bus in the wrong place. However, thanks to Gladys, i put her into "walk mode" and in no time we had extricated ourselves from some God forsaken subdivision and arrived back unscathed and ready for a glass of wine to celebrate our navigational success.
Tomorrow we head for the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, a 350 k drive.
... just lying there with no one taking any notice.
We arrive at the take-away, and the lady behind the counter just shrugs it off.
"Bloody 'roos all over the place. I hope the car wasn't damaged too much."
We reluctantly take our sandwiches, hoping they are not kangaroo meat, and continue to Pretty Beach for lunch. We are passing a caravan (RV) park and Marina exclaims ”Kangaroos a la vista!”