Canberra Lyneham Motor Inn
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One thing to be wary of is that there seem to be legalised ticket resellers in NYC. It is not always easy to tell from their websites that they are resellers and their tickets are often significantly more expensive than the face value of the ticket. As such, when we pre-booked our tickets, we went to the official websites for each show and found the official ticket seller from that website. We were ...
... the kittens. Look below to see what we learned.
Katie- Macka's farm
Once I got to Macka’s farm I knew this would be a highlight. There were 6 kittens, 6 cats, lots of chickens, 2 roosters, 7 calves, 3 pigs, lots of piglets, 2 dogs, and finally tons of cows. I spent most of the time in the barn because that’s where the kittens were, that’s where the haystacks were, and that’s also where the rope swing was. We got ...
... So the BIG question in New Zealand and in Australia is whether Tony Abbot will remain as PM for the next week. It is political death by a thousand leaks as the contenders jockey for pole position at the rail. If only in Canada!
Oh, why was Mr Abbott in New. Zealand...I think it was for a big cricket match...the important part of the news. Politically speaking it is a good thing the match was this week before Mr Abbott is the latest ex Prime Minister. A very ...
... a war memorial? The name is misleading, it is in reality the Australian equivalent of London's Imperial War Museum. Being 2015 a new Gallipoli gallery had just been opened and indeed the whole place was brilliant and well attended. It is quite surprising how many wars Australia has managed to get involved in its short history; usually at the invitation of Britain or America and often not well looked upon arrival. Rather optimistically the remembrance quad lined with the names of ...
At 3pm both our legs were aching and ready for home, it's a buggar getting older, but was a memorable day for both of us.
We went to the Queanbeyan Leagues Club for the night, which was walking distance and had a great time. Towards the end of the night two people who recognised Mick came over to say hello, they were Bugsy Barlow and his wife from Yarram who arrived that day, quite a surprise for both us.