Bridgefield Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a great setup where you have heaps of your own room, certainly no cramming in as many as you can here. The toilets and showers whilst always nice and clean are very 'rustic' as are the 2 camp kitchens. You pretty much have the run of the place, and can exercise dogs off lead in any paddock that doesn’t have sheep in it at the time. Just need to check each day where they have been moved to. Aero has had a ball, he can run for miles!!
... people using phones and tablets so I guess that there was not enough capacity to take us as well. We tried glaring at other users trying to intimidate them to log off. Aussies are not easily intimidated and this was a strategy doomed for failure. We eventually resorted to paying for connection time at a local bookshop. It only cost us $5 that we felt was money well spent. We booked the Wine Tour with Margaret River Tours and our guide, Andrew, picked us up right on ...
... for Australia - paradise beach and Kangaroo. These beaches we went to were so beautiful, clear blue seas, white powder sands which squeak when you walk over it. But it wasn't an amazing experience for me because I was with Paul. It was awkward and uncomfortable. He doesn't ever touch me, initiate conversation with me or pretty much seem interested in me! I'm not too sure why he wanted to come on this road trip to be honest. After a really hard time of trying to rack my mind of ...
Day 32 Deciding to have a relaxing day in Fremantle we spent the morning wandering around through the town and along the foreshore before driving a couple of km to a campsite. Not wanting to do anything too adventurous we walked back into town along the beach and spent the afternoon in the Little Creatures Brewery overlooking the sea. When we got back to the campground we thought we would continue to sit outside. We lasted all of 10 minutes before we ...
... and we have some success.
Off we went to the Cowaramup the town with lots of statue cows in the street. Pity we forgot to take photos. Quite hilarious.
We now have the said FME connector. So we can upload some photos onto our blog.
2 October Another weather front moved in. Started with a beautiful day, blue skies, no clouds. By 10.30 the sky was looking decidedly grey to black.
Kathy and Ken (a couple of lovely Canadian tourists) came to ...