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Travel Blogs from Canberra
... straight away as we walked to his car. Well actually it's the car that I will be using in my new position. I was like, oh dear, that's quite long. I am used to driving a Go Kart back home.
He drove me down to a lovely beach in Sydney and we had a look around, shortly after we made our way on to the beach and went for a swim, the water was lovely. So clear and fairly warm. It was quite rough and wavey so he taught me how to ...
Drove mostly on motorway to Canberra with the terrain becoming hilly and pasture more sparse. We're in sheep country now which is interesting as we haven't seen any sheep until today.
The side of the road is frequently a resting place for recently departed kangaroos. We have seen some in parks but not on the road. They apparently come out at night and we were told by Hertz that we weren't ...
Canberra, ACT, Australia: After an 8 hour flight from Singapore on Qantas I arrived in Sydney at 0800 on 21 September. Process through immigration and customs was trouble free. I then took a shuttle bus to the domestic terminal. My onward flight was not until 1125 but I took a seat on a 1025 flight on an old-fashioned Dash 8 propeller-driven plane arriving at 1120. Canberra has a modern, spacious and ...
Once upon a time, not all that long ago, I was in Boston.
Alone and in desperate need of a friend. Fate pushed me into the path of a
bright young woman from the far reaches of Europe, who said something that really
stuck with me.
Knee-deep in mac n cheese and beers at a restaurant not far
from our hostel, deep in girly conversation about all manner of relatively
average things – boys, travels, work – she stopped. Paused. Looked at ...
... is still unclear. The rest they say is history and today we have two teachers who today, we are proud to call heroes.
Well the good news is that we have made it to the end of a very busy and eventful day. Students welcomed bedtime knowing that tomorrow was going to be our day at the snow.
It is a pleasure sharing a few stories with you and we are looking forward to what adventures we have to come in the rest of the week.
Chris Walters and the Canberra ...