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... enjoyed the first half but in all it took a bit too long. When Donna Anna asked god more time to lament her father Ruth said "for goodness sake get on with it".
Ruthy's final analysis? "Opera is four hours sitting on a hard chair watching adults shouting at each other"
This parenting lark is really tricky. Tom disappointed, Anne in the same camp as Ruth possibly.
Back to pack for the trip to pack for the trip to Cairns.
... have taken more time!
Exhausted by the time we finally got to our accommodation and ended up supplementing our sandwich dinner with Allens Sherbies due to a low blood sugar. Seriously weighed up whether to do the City2Surf in the morning (unsure about bus transport to get to the city from Bondi due to all the road closures and would have to get up v. early when already sleep deprived) and finally decided to be kind to myself and give it a miss. Had a ...
... Some spots had great views which was a bonus for us. As we searched unsuccessfully for one the local cop pulled in
beside and demanded to know what we were up to……..! We turned off at Lithgow and drove on the Bells Line of Road through to Richmond. The highest point on this road was over 1000m so spectacular views along the way. Our stop for lunch was at Mt Tombah at the ...
We have moved again, this time to a suburb called Symonston, we have signed up with the caravan park as permanents, which entitles us to cheaper rent. The park is called Canberra South Motor Park, it is fairly run down in the area we are living, with many permanents in vans with all sorts of sheds and extensions built off their caravans, we have met a couple of our close neighbours and they are nice people. The toilets and showers are very clean and well kept, ...
... equipment is very loud but the water fountains along the harbor walkway are almost as loud!
It was very windy but pleasant temperature-wise (around 70F). Of course, by local standards it was cold and I spied a few more scarves...