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Travel Blogs from Canberra
staying a little way out of the city centre was not a problem as the busses ran every 15mins in peak time and the journey was straight forward. Once in the city there was a free bus that took us to all of the main attractions as this year Canberra is celebrating its centenary. The old parliament house was well worth the visit but the new one was a …
... it randomly whilst looking for kangaroos. It had miles of beautiful valleys and a waterfall which separated it. It was good on the eyes.
Later we drove to Canberra and went grocery shopping. Micheal let me choose most of the food we bought, I want to cook some traditional English dishes in the week so bought ingredients for that.
We then drove home. It was dark so I couldn't see the house and surroundings so well but I ...
... in another city, but the names refer to very small areas and are displayed at the corner of the block. So you might be sitting at the lights looking at four different names in large letters.
Capitol Hill has a tall flagpole with a large Australian flag ash some stainless steel art either side of it. However, the hill is dwarfed by an enormous communication tower which looks as though it ...
... Add to this trees, grass, flowers, fresh air, and wide open spaces. The absence of traffic and people makes every day seem like Sunday. The "rush hour" between 0800-0900 sometimes causes hold-ups of 30 seconds! Steve and Anne live on an amazing 25 acre property known as the "The Farm" in the centre of Canberra and adjacent to the Governor General's residence on Lady Denman Drive. This is like owning ...
... like I’ve
Forrest Gump-ed my way through life so far. Not being particularly good at anything.
Being just good enough at a few things for people to let me continue at them
I don’t feel successful as much as… lucky.
I think it’s also that I don’t measure my success by rising
the ranks at work or conquering a new corner of the globe. As I watch
increasing numbers of friends find love, settle down and ...