Brassey of Canberra
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... new things) I got a new journal for my journaling and a new bathing suit because I am going to be needing it soon ;). I loved just looking around and seeing all the sights and all the people because I thought that was pretty neat. We went to Victoria market which is kind of like those markets that you find in Hong Kong and Thailand but, a bit more modernized. We also went to this neighbourhood by the beach, St Kildas, which was super neat.
The food ...
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... Museum story line should be.
We did enjoy the aboriginal section and Gary tried out being a DJ for Radio Goolari...plus you see a photo of me there because I had the blue tee shirt on. But if you are pressed for time...I think it is oversold in terms of the content...but it could have been one Museum too many....but....
What we did next was to go back to the Australian War Memorial and walked our way through World War I and World War II. I just ...
... few days while people are arriving and I'm working on making friends, but it is never fun not having anyone to talk to. Luckily for me another exchange student responded to a message I put up on the group Facebook page and showed me around the area a bit more. I didn't know that there was lake quite so easy to access from campus- we walked over after stopping to take care of some errands. After walking around for a bit she took me up to where there ...
... reception at his house. It was a fantastic night, with a great opportunity to meet other cycling adventure mentalists like ourselves. One of the Lonely Planet team members was also on his way to the LP holiday fancy dress party later that night, and I'm sure he is quite obvious in this entry's photos. Of course, we wanted to fully immerse ourselves into local culture and also ducked into the wine bar adjacent to the train station on the way home, helping the owner to shut it down at ...