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Travel Blogs from Canberra
Arrived at Canberra bus station at 4am after taking the overnight, 8 hour bus from Melbourne. Obviously everything was closed and we wouldnt be able to check into the hotel until the day so we loitered around the bus station, Roscoe read and I discovered spider solitaire, best game so far on laptop. At 9 we were both really tired and hungry so …
... my skills aren’t transferable? If I can’t land that
What if that long string of failed and almost-relationships
is not a situational thing… but it’s me?
Because then, revealed as the ultimate fraudster, the
ultimate failure, I’m destined to a life in the departure lounge. Incapable of
making that leap, boarding that flight.
Nose pressed up against the glass, watching others soar to
... Canadapocalypse. And I’ll explain why my move to Canada has so much to do with zombies.
I love love LOVE the Zombie Apocalypse genre because you can explore it on so many levels.
On one level, it plays on the current 'pet fears’ of society. Older zombie folklore reanimates the dead through witchcraft. Come 1968’s Night of the Living Dead, and George Romero’s zombies rise from the ...
A lovely drive through the beautiful Kangaroo Valley took us to the capital city of Australia, Canberra. We had a quick look around the museum of Australia and spent about an hour looking at duck billed pl;atipus facts, leaving ourselves about half an hour for the rest of the museum. Not exactly good time management! Ah ...
... of Australia.
Overall it was great to see the building and to get bit more of an idea about it but we had to admit we felt it failed to compare with some of the other great parliamentary buildings - the British Houses of Parliament, the White House, the Reichstag etc are all a lot more awe-inspiring buildings.
Following that visit we went to the National Carillion, a weird building / instrument holding 50-odd bells which can ...