The York Canberra
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... myself wholeheartedly into something like the poor science experiment hamster who’s forgotten the cheese is electrified. I can’t help it. And I don’t really care to.
Yes, it means I get very, very hurt. But it can also be very, very rewarding. Ultimately, I’ve found that people are worth it. And experiences are worth it. Despite the outcome.
I like to think I’m living proof that bad experiences don’t break you. ...
... around the Vietnam War. Mr Conway was “voted” to be the speaker with Tom B his Clerk in my group whilst Mrs Williams was the speaker for the other group. The students got into the “here here” and “rubbish” comments after students spoke about the issue of conscription. Our tour guide, Aaron, was very impressed by our students’ efforts.
Rose Garden and Tent Embassy – Students were given the chance to look through ...
... soldiers that have died fighting Australia! Next to all the names people can put poppies in a little groove. They have only been doing this recently, originally it wasn't allowed. As we moved through the memorial we got to the tomb of the unknown soldier. This is one of my favorite parts when going to war memorials. The room that the tomb is in also has some amazing paintings and stained glass that portrays different soldiers, women, and ideas/motos of the Australian ...
Wow! What a day! We spent the ENTIRE day at the War Memorial and it felt like only 2 hours! If it wasn't for the fact that I was hungry and dehydrated, I could have stayed a lot longer!
We couldn't possibly do it any justice by talking about all the different rooms and the stories they told, but we hope you appreciate the photos attached. It absolutely breaks one's heart to see these young boys joyfully going off to war as ...
... the Second World War. The tomb of the unknown soldier was there and we were allowed to take photos.
Finally we caught the bus again...it was warmer so we again sat upstairs. We got off in the town centre and enjoyed a short walk around and a visit to a mini-mart to buy some breakfast for tomorrow.
Now we are going to get ready for a complimentary drink and canapés, followed by dinner to celebrate 31 years of happily married life ...