Canberra City Gateway Motel
Travel Blogs from Canberra
Canberra was a bit of a disappointment really.... It just didnt feel like we were in the Capital, there wasn't much to do and to walk there... well everything is just miles away from each other! We did go to the National Museum of Australia, but it wasn't that exciting really and we managed to get lost via the embassy district, but the buildings …
... definitiv seine Vorteile hat, wenn ich so an eine Dusche denke).
In Cooma investieren wir noch etwas Geld in eine zweite Luft-Isomatte, da das staendige Auspolstern doch manchmal etwas nervig ist. Ach in dem Campingladen gibt es soooo viele tolle und praktische Dinge fuers Campen... aber nein, das verkneifen wir uns.
Wir versuchen uns noch ueber Canberra und ACT (Australian Capital Territory - quasi das 'Bundesland' um Canberra herum) ...
... s cute, but there really was nothing there. We stayed in a campsite on the outskirts and we were literally the only guests, it was a little creepy. We accidentally stole a board game (in hindsight I'm glad we did as its AWESOME!), we forgot to put it back the next day and only realised when we were well on our way to the next place. I made Woody go to the bathrooms with me in case the bogie man got me!
... in the big house on the hill, devastatingly embarrassed. And sh*t got weird.
Three weeks later I was many miles across the ocean making a fair effort to drown my sorrows in the dingiest bar I could find. I was in my favourite city in the entire world, seated between a soccer playing Welshman who’d lost his passport and a baseball loving Italian-American whose team had lost their mojo.
... the Australian Capital. We had a
potter around the Civic centre, then went to the National Library and Old Parliament,
which was really fun!
In the evening we tried some local alcoholic ginger beer
and were treated to an amazing Malaysian restaurant around the corner from
their house which we both really enjoyed!