Driving on the left side of the road takes some getting used to (easier the second time around even if it has been 3 years) and isn't recommended until you've had a few days of moving about the city as a pedestrian. This allows you to get familiar with how the traffic lights work and which direction to look for for oncoming traffic. You may still need to repeat "stay left" to yourself a few times when you do your first drive, especially when exiting driveways or making right-hand turns. There may even be moments where you gasp when you think you see cars driving by without drivers.
Sharing the experience with a dear friend I haven't seen in months.
Making new friends. They say Aussies are very friendly.
The only time you can forgive yourself for eating all these goodies.
|How did those almonds get in there?|
Going to places with names that you can't stop repeating.
|"The place of many crows" according to wikipedia|
Exploring the capital. (No, it's not Sydney or Melbourne).
|Parliament House in Canberra|
|Walking on water at the National Gallery|
Three days of nice driving weather and no roadkill on our behalf.
|'Til we meet again|
You always eat those goodies!ReplyDelete
But not at the same time!Delete
SG: I have a feeling you had more goodies in the car than just that!? Don't be so modest.. :PDelete
Only ones you were trying to unload hahaDelete
Love the walking on water pic!ReplyDelete
Pretty cool pic SG!Delete
SG: That IS a pretty cool pic! ;)Delete
SG: Pretty lucky to've scored some lovely Aussie winter weather ;)ReplyDelete
Definitely! Only felt like winter in Canberra at night.Delete