Canberra Lyneham Motor Inn
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... ever since it happened. It is now that I announce Mrs Greenwood’s successor (refer to yesterday's blog for the context of this comment). Let me introduce…. (you will have to read to the end of the story to find out who the successor is)
Let me start at the beginning.
We arrived down from the snow where it was time to return our borrowed snow gear. So as the students were getting back their own clothes that they had ...
... will have been in creation for millions of years, confirmation of which recently came from PhD studies dating some of the iron to be 800,000 years old. As you progressed the openings grew wider and holes above and below seemed to go forever in to the landmass. The route itself opened up in to larger caverns and the changes in rock and sediment became more obvious. There was also parts where you could see the evidence of where part of the cave had collapsed with large boulders ...
July 2 saw us moving on towards Canberra via Cann River (coffee) then swinging north to our final destination. A pie and coffee was lunch at Nimmitabel (Elevation 1110m).
At first the trip was in rain and cold conditions but gradually cleared so that we were able to enjoy more the journey.
Closer to Canberra large dead kangaroos were a sad sight on the roadside verges. We took a turn ...
Canberra wasn't on my initial list of destinations in Australia but as it's the capital we felt like we had to see what there is to offer. It also helps that a friend is working here and so would be nice to catch up. Everyone thinks Sydney is the capital but because the Australians wanted a capital more in the centre of the country, decided to build a new city. Canberra has the look and feel of ...
... damaged. Most of the Mount Stromlo Observatory was destroyed. After burning for a week around the edges the fires entered the suburbs of Canberra on 18 January 2003. Over the next ten hours, four people died and more than 500 homes were destroyed or severely damaged, requiring a significant relief and reconstruction effort.