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Day Twelve – Bawley Point to Canberra, via Bateman’s Bay
I have read that whales start their migration south during the spring in Australia. One of the best places to view them from terra firma is Burrawarra Point, near Guerilla Bay, some twenty kilometers south of Bateman’s Bay.
The Bateman’s Bay Tourist Information Office offers great advice and maps and we are told ...
... to face with a lover you never had closure with. When you get that chance, what do you say or do? What is it important to say or do? And what do you let go of? I’m still not entirely sure how I feel about that, to be honest.
So, in keeping with that replaying, repeating, reliving theme… I’ve named this blog the (M)ex files, because:
a) I take great joy in playing with words
b) Part of my trip takes place on the sunny beaches ...
... of Adolf David Hoffman, a navigator from Brisbane who was on a Lancaster Bomber who was shot down over Belgium. On Sunday they had the family of Adolf Hoffman there to lay a wreath as well. They were kind enough to come over and speak to Jacinta, Callum and myself. We heard from Adolf’s brother and nephew. They were so thankful of our presence and wanted to know all about the school we were from and why we had travelled so far. For me, it was such a moving ...
Today was our Science Day! We visited the Deep Space Communication Complex at Tidbinbilla. Glenn, our tour guide, was an engaging speaker who clearly had a passion for all things space. We thoroughly enjoyed his presentation as always.
Glenn has a tradition of posing the question, “Who was the 3rd person to walk on the moon?” Mr Creevey had prepped us for this question with the answer of “Robert Conrad”, which we practised ...
Arrived Canberra just after 6. M picked me up from airport. We had some wine when I got home to celebrate Safari Girls homecoming. M checked out some photos but after a few hours and having only got to the first week we called it a night (over 3,000 photos!!!!) Well what a fabulous trip. I'm glad I could ...