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Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Excursion to Kuringai National Park

Two week ago, AMES Bankstown students from level 2 and level 3 classes went on an excursion to Kuringai National Park. At 8.30 we gathered together in the front of AMES to board the bus.

All the students, their families and friends got into the bus. The teachers got on last. It was a private bus and the driver was a very friendly and thoughtful person.

The bus took two hours and we could see beautiful views as we crossed the bridge and travelled up the coast. Some of the suburbs we saw on the way there were Dee Why, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Church Point.

The first stop was at Commodore Lookout at the end of West Head Road. Then we drove to the Aboiginal Rock carvings and the walk to the Basin. When we arrived the bus driver let us off and told us to meet him on the other side of the bay at Palm Beach Wharf at 2.45. We walked from the bus to look at the rock carvings. They are very old and show the activities of the Aborigines many years ago. It was a difficult road to drive on so we had to walk.

It took about one hour to get to the Basin picnic area. We had a BBQ there – chicken, lamb sausages and salad. We sat and looked at the beach and just relaxed in this beautiful place. Then we got a ferry to Palm Beach. The bus made a special trip to show us Palm Beach.

At about 3.15 pm we started the journey home, this time by a different route. We arrived at AMES Bankstown at 4.45 pm. We enjoyed that trip even though we felt very tired.

Excursion to Kuringai National Park

Two week ago, AMES Bankstown students from level 2 and level 3 classes went on an excursion to Kuringai National Park. At 8.30 we gathered together in the front of AMES to board the bus.

All the students, their families and friends got into the bus. The teachers got on last. It was a private bus and the driver was a very friendly and thoughtful person.

The bus took two hours and we could see beautiful views as we crossed the bridge and travelled up the coast. Some of the suburbs we saw on the way there were Dee Why, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Church Point.

The first stop was at Commodore Lookout at the end of West Head Road. Then we drove to the Aboiginal Rock carvings and the walk to the Basin. When we arrived the bus driver let us off and told us to meet him on the other side of the bay at Palm Beach Wharf at 2.45. We walked from the bus to look at the rock carvings. They are very old and show the activities of the Aborigines many years ago. It was a difficult road to drive on so we had to walk.

It took about one hour to get to the Basin picnic area. We had a BBQ there – chicken, lamb sausages and salad. We sat and looked at the beach and just relaxed in this beautiful place. Then we got a ferry to Palm Beach. The bus made a special trip to show us Palm Beach.

At about 3.15 pm we started the journey home, this time by a different route. We arrived at AMES Bankstown at 4.45 pm. We enjoyed that trip even though we felt very tired.

Excursion to Kuringai National Park

Two week ago, AMES Bankstown students from level 2 and level 3 classes went on an excursion to Kuringai National Park. At 8.30 we gathered together in the front of AMES to board the bus.

All the students, their families and friends got into the bus. The teachers got on last. It was a private bus and the driver was a very friendly and thoughtful person.

The bus took two hours and we could see beautiful views as we crossed the bridge and travelled up the coast. Some of the suburbs we saw on the way there were Dee Why, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Church Point.

The first stop was at Commodore Lookout at the end of West Head Road. Then we drove to the Aboiginal Rock carvings and the walk to the Basin. When we arrived the bus driver let us off and told us to meet him on the other side of the bay at Palm Beach Wharf at 2.45. We walked from the bus to look at the rock carvings. They are very old and show the activities of the Aborigines many years ago. It was a difficult road to drive on so we had to walk.

It took about one hour to get to the Basin picnic area. We had a BBQ there – chicken, lamb sausages and salad. We sat and looked at the beach and just relaxed in this beautiful place. Then we got a ferry to Palm Beach. The bus made a special trip to show us Palm Beach.

At about 3.15 pm we started the journey home, this time by a different route. We arrived at AMES Bankstown at 4.45 pm. We enjoyed that trip even though we felt very tired.

Excursion to Kuringai National Park

Two week ago, AMES Bankstown students from level 2 and level 3 classes went on an excursion to Kuringai National Park. At 8.30 we gathered together in the front of AMES to board the bus.

All the students, their families and friends got into the bus. The teachers got on last. It was a private bus and the driver was a very friendly and thoughtful person.

The bus took two hours and we could see beautiful views as we crossed the bridge and travelled up the coast. Some of the suburbs we saw on the way there were Dee Why, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Church Point.

The first stop was at Commodore Lookout at the end of West Head Road. Then we drove to the Aboiginal Rock carvings and the walk to the Basin. When we arrived the bus driver let us off and told us to meet him on the other side of the bay at Palm Beach Wharf at 2.45. We walked from the bus to look at the rock carvings. They are very old and show the activities of the Aborigines many years ago. It was a difficult road to drive on so we had to walk.

It took about one hour to get to the Basin picnic area. We had a BBQ there – chicken, lamb sausages and salad. We sat and looked at the beach and just relaxed in this beautiful place. Then we got a ferry to Palm Beach. The bus made a special trip to show us Palm Beach.

At about 3.15 pm we started the journey home, this time by a different route. We arrived at AMES Bankstown at 4.45 pm. We enjoyed that trip even though we felt very tired.

Excursion to Kuringai National Park

Two week ago, AMES Bankstown students from level 2 and level 3 classes went on an excursion to Kuringai National Park. At 8.30 we gathered together in the front of AMES to board the bus.

All the students, their families and friends got into the bus. The teachers got on last. It was a private bus and the driver was a very friendly and thoughtful person.

The bus took two hours and we could see beautiful views as we crossed the bridge and travelled up the coast. Some of the suburbs we saw on the way there were Dee Why, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Church Point.

The first stop was at Commodore Lookout at the end of West Head Road. Then we drove to the Aboiginal Rock carvings and the walk to the Basin. When we arrived the bus driver let us off and told us to meet him on the other side of the bay at Palm Beach Wharf at 2.45. We walked from the bus to look at the rock carvings. They are very old and show the activities of the Aborigines many years ago. It was a difficult road to drive on so we had to walk.

It took about one hour to get to the Basin picnic area. We had a BBQ there – chicken, lamb sausages and salad. We sat and looked at the beach and just relaxed in this beautiful place. Then we got a ferry to Palm Beach. The bus made a special trip to show us Palm Beach.

At about 3.15 pm we started the journey home, this time by a different route. We arrived at AMES Bankstown at 4.45 pm. We enjoyed that trip even though we felt very tired.

Excursion to Kuringai National Park

Two week ago, AMES Bankstown students from level 2 and level 3 classes went on an excursion to Kuringai National Park. At 8.30 we gathered together in the front of AMES to board the bus.

All the students, their families and friends got into the bus. The teachers got on last. It was a private bus and the driver was a very friendly and thoughtful person.

The bus took two hours and we could see beautiful views as we crossed the bridge and travelled up the coast. Some of the suburbs we saw on the way there were Dee Why, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Church Point.

The first stop was at Commodore Lookout at the end of West Head Road. Then we drove to the Aboiginal Rock carvings and the walk to the Basin. When we arrived the bus driver let us off and told us to meet him on the other side of the bay at Palm Beach Wharf at 2.45. We walked from the bus to look at the rock carvings. They are very old and show the activities of the Aborigines many years ago. It was a difficult road to drive on so we had to walk.

It took about one hour to get to the Basin picnic area. We had a BBQ there – chicken, lamb sausages and salad. We sat and looked at the beach and just relaxed in this beautiful place. Then we got a ferry to Palm Beach. The bus made a special trip to show us Palm Beach.

At about 3.15 pm we started the journey home, this time by a different route. We arrived at AMES Bankstown at 4.45 pm. We enjoyed that trip even though we felt very tired.

Monday, February 21, 2005

Smoking

Every one knows smoking is bad for their health because it displayed on every cigarette packet

Some people smoke because the have an addiction and believe it helps them relax.

People smoke for the first time because they want to try it or they think that smoking makes them get skinny.

Tobacco companies support tobacco farmers by buying their crops. If the farmers don’t produce tobacco they cannot make a living.

Revenue helps governments to pay for many expenses in a modern economy
like pensions, health, etc. The government would lose a lot of money if they did not collect this revenue

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

My Story

My name is Nawal, I came from Iraq. I have been in Australia 5 years. I like it very much I have got a peace in that lovely country
I came by boat to be refugee because I had too many problems in my country It was very dangerous trip I cannot explain how I felt.
I stayed three months in a camp then I got temporary visa and after five years I have a permanent visa and I am very happy for that .
I finished high school in Iraq . Then I studied economics for two years in college.
I have got just one son .He is 17 years old.
I would like to study more English to understand news and I could read letters in English .