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... facilities for what we needed. We spent plenty of time exploring belconnen, driving to explore Canberra and also a fair bit of time at the park, as both kids came down with another bout of chicken pox on the second night in town. As they had already had it three months ago, this was a small outbreak which didn't worry them too much, apart from a few spots on their body. It wasn't until later in the week that we could go outside and enjoy ...
... there were still people drinking in the parking lot out front. About 10% of the Delegate population must not have made it to Sunday church services. (C) We arrived at camp to find a bouncy castle party in full swing, and also to find only one men's toilet and one shower for 28 male cyclists on the tour. Thankfully, the women had two stalls and one shower - slightly better situation. Our 4th day was a short 110km into Canberra, and we basked in wonderful, warm sunshine. I think our arms ...
... 8217;s so refreshing. Later that day we met Alyeshia, David, little 'Charlie’who is soooooooooooooooooo cute and the chucks (chickens for northern hemisphere readers) at our next house sit. Had a lovely welcome and dinner prepared by Alyeshia before heading off to bed. In the morning Alyeshia and David set off on their trip to Melbourne and Tasmania, ...
... overpasses and multi-lane carriageways which I am sure must confuse the locals just as much as visitors like me. I spent my one full day in town doing what I suspect few visitors have been stupid enough to attempt before. I explored the main tourist hot spots on foot. I knew the city had been designed to be spacious but goodness me, I must have walked about 3,000 miles. One thing Canberra does have in its favour is the fact ...
... Saint Richard, just joking about the list of jobs for you. Cousin Louise, we have more in common than I thought we did (as front seat drivers ) Cousin Rebecca, I found someone who loves to shop as much as me. Laura: never laughed so much as we did in Amsterdam, thank you. Toli: sorry I couldn't stay around for you to finish your story. --------- Aunty Dorothy and Eric, amazing for their age (83 and 93 I think) Also Tara, Paul ...