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Well the bags are packed and we are ready to go........as the song goes. There has been the expected flurry of last minute things to take care of including sharing our trip with the world via social media.
This is my first attempt at a travel blog so hoping it will be OK and not only useful for us but interesting for others to read ...
Dear class mates
as you all know by now, I'm going on a big trip.
In two weeks I will fly to Germany with my mum. There we will meet my grandma and grandpa. While my mum goes working in museums, I will go on a cruise ship with my grandparents. We will go for two weeks and travel to the Northkapp.
I am having difficulties with allowing you all to read what I write. Don't know why, but will sort it out.
... on a hill whilst they were building the Snowy Hydro Scheme in the 1950s. Where the town used to be is a lake but when the water level is low you can still see the spire on the old church. It is also a very important place because of the sausage rolls! There is a bit of a story with this sorry! In 2011 (the first Canberra trip) the kids found this bakery and suggested to Mr Scally that he get a sausage roll from there because they were awesome. So Mr Scally went to get ...
... are only four like it in the
world, one of which recently sold at auction for a mere 1.2 million dollars!
(Spare change really!)
Unfortunately, we were unable to meet the Governor General,
as he was over in Western Australia visiting the people of Kunanurra.
At the end of our visit, we set off back to Greenhills,
ready for a warm shower and hearty meal!
Snow day tomorrow!!
... The capital of Australia. It became the capital because Melbourne and Sydney would not give up on wanting to be the capital. So now here we are, in the capital city!
We woke up pretty early because there are not many showers and a lot of girls. Everyone showered and was ready for breakfast at 8 am. We started the day off at the National Australian Museum. It was a pretty cool place. We got a personal tour of the museum by the curators. They really liked ...