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A travel blog entry by ecc2014

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... role play – this time as the Senate debating a bill about free wifi on all public transport. Once again there were dress ups and debates about the issue.

The students then voted to head back into the Senate rather than having free time! Joe said that today had been the best day of the camp so far – something he thought he would never say reading special things going on made it so much more enjoyable.

Tonight the students are at ...

And we're off...

A travel blog entry by george_youssef

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... hundred miles of highway, with bike still attached!

We decided to start our trip via Canberra, as George's niece has just had a baby. This will be followed by a brief stay in Sydney to see other relatives, then our adventures will really begin.

As we had left Melbourne so late, we obviously could not get there in one day. But George, living up to his reputation, insisted on pushing on as far as possible before stopping. We had ...

Tuesday in Canberra

A travel blog entry by cbaruss

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As we near the end of our holiday we are slowing down a bit with the adventures....not that that is a bad thing from our perspective - sometime down days are the best ways to really see how people live on a day to day basis. Today we spent the morning and early afternoon cleaning out suitcases and getting organized and doing some basic clean up here. Eight people in Katherine and Barney's house is a lot of taxing on a nice house. As is typical ...

Adventure phase II

A travel blog entry by ktmack

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... None… Surprise Song – Triple J radio so everything was a surprise. Lay it Down – The Rubens Weird Observation – saw a tortoise crossing the road just outside of Hay! Road Condition – apart from a few patches pretty good Weather – gorgeous! Waves – nah, gone except for a few rare ones. Got to get used to sleeping without a fan! May blog about this adventure every now and ...

Where is everyone!?!

A travel blog entry by smilerontour

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... to be collected.

The following day I took a walk in the Canberra heat up to the War Memorial. When I was given the recommendation to visit it I was expecting just a grand memorial such as those that appear in some cities across the UK. But the name is deceiving. With amazing exhibition halls, aircraft, tanks, personal stories, uniforms, medals and audio-visual-vibration-wind displays, this is Canberra's wonderful equivalent of the Imperial War Museum in London. The highlight ...

 

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