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Lack of sleep and sickness prevented the blog from being produced yesterday - while also being held captive by the students after confiscating phones during rock climbing. Yesterday saw the students learn more about Canberra visiting the National Capital Museum located on the bank of Lake Burleigh Griffin, the view was breathtaking! We then proceeded to a cruise up the lake enjoying the various landmarks Canberra ...
Crocodiles - These come in 2 varieties in the North and are quite distinctive in their differences. Salties are saltwater crocs but are also able to inhabit freshwater habitats. These are the ones that can fancy a human or pet snack and are actively removed from water ways so tourists can enjoy a swim. Andrew Pickering a friend we met in Katherine and a former ranger fills us in on the details. Traps are left on waterways and bated to catch the Salties and night patrols are ...
... on the roof, amazing 360 degree views, but the most spectacular is looking up Anzac Avenue to the War Memorial.
Not done yet, we walked down the road to old Parliament House, now a museum, but we spent another interesting hour looking through the building, the office of Prime Minister, very humble compared with today's standard but beautiful old furniture and architecture, truly a bygone ...
The wind blew a gale this morning; you could see rain over the hills nearby by but we didn't get it, just the winding it blew all day as we travelled to Canberra. It literally blew at least two tents down right near our spot and the poles in one were damaged. Again our journey was over mountains and beside unbelievable beaches. Lunch was at Surf ...
... live in Canberra. It was created as a compromise and as such has no real roots. Sydney, the first colony, feels much more like a capital city; Melbourne, lovely though it is, does not; it's a Manchester, a brilliant vibrant city but not a capital. We left Canberra on an empty and very cheap Greyhound bus for the three hour trip to Sydney and rather wished we had arrived in the same way. The country side is not inspiring but our carbon footprint would have been less and our pockets ...