Canberra Lyneham Motor Inn
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... paintings of previous prime ministers decorate the wall, before being taken to the House of Representatives, where Australia’s infamous comical debates unfold. The House of Representatives is decorated green throughout to represent the colour of gum trees, whereas the Senate (where new laws are simply rubber stamped) is decorated bright red to signify the colour of Central Australia’s red earth. All in all it was ...
... On the way home we stopped off at Gibraltar Falls, very pretty although slightly concerning watching people climb under the barriers and stand by the edge of the falls, not sure I’d risk it!
We finished of the weekend with dinner including Helen and Keith (Sean’s parents) and more wine. We had a lovely weekend thankyou Oystons for having us and look forward to seeing you back home in August. ...
... big doleful eyes waiting for a shoulder lift!! Alas, our time with Charlie and the chucks came to an end on Alyeshia and David’s return, we did contemplate smuggling Charlie out in Chris’s handbag but knew he would soon be pining for his real masters. So we waved our long goodbyes to Alyeshia,David, the chucks and Charlie Land headed south to Mallacootta.
After lots more exploring, taking other roads we came across the very impressive and touching memeorial for the vessel given the name of Sievx SIEVX is a naval acronym, standing for Suspected Illegal Entry Vessel X – it held mostly refugees from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, 400 t were cowded onto a fishing boat only 19.5 metres long, One man attempting to take his family off was pistol whipped and forced back. Armed Indonesian ...
... our opinion of the place. It is so wide spread with huge boulevards, with many trees just coming into leaf. The building of the city did not begin in earnest until Robert Menzies really put on a push in the 1950s and drove the relocation of government departments to relocate here. Thus much of the architecture is post 1950. Mostly lacking in aesthetic appeal and some of it, like the convention centre and parliament house, just plain, butt ugly.