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... sides of the eternal burning flame list the names of 102,000 servicemen & women who lost their lives in Australia’s various conflicts. All are equal, so no rank or awards are mentioned. Adjacent to many names, poppies have been inserted – they form an overall splash of colour. The beautiful domed ceiling of the memorial chapel has a distinctly Byzantine feel. The stained glass windows and mosaics within the chapel are the work ...
After a few short days visiting Sydney, we were back on the road. The next stop would be the beautiful beach town of Wollongong, New South Wales on our way to Australia's capital city, Canberra. The trip down the coast line allowed us a chance to see our first Australian National Park as well as a great coastal drive that was very reminiscent of Big Sur, Ca. Our original plan was to set up camp for the night near the beach in Wollongong but as soon as ...
... graveyard (not much to see just a few wild plants and a stone plaque), before following on.
We got a slight scare when we heard scratching inside the hut and Sarah's investigations led to a reptilian face poking out from behind one of the hut walls, but upon further inspection we discovered a blue tongue lizard and not the snake we were dreading.
Heading away from the valley and back up into the ...
... gear and have their skis in hand
ready to ascend onto the slopes.
Now, what I have failed to inform you thus far (even though
I’m sure that many of you already know) is that the forecast for our destination
today was rainy and windy.
As we waited at the bottom of the tube we were quietly hopeful
that things would not be as bad as predicted at the top. However, a little hope
disappeared when news ...
... of Adolf David Hoffman, a navigator from Brisbane who was on a Lancaster Bomber who was shot down over Belgium. On Sunday they had the family of Adolf Hoffman there to lay a wreath as well. They were kind enough to come over and speak to Jacinta, Callum and myself. We heard from Adolf’s brother and nephew. They were so thankful of our presence and wanted to know all about the school we were from and why we had travelled so far. For me, it was such a moving ...
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