Fremantle Colonial Accommodation - Terrace House
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After the immense excitement of Friday night football we had to refocus on our task as tourists. Today we explored Fremantle with its impressive limestone buildings - the most impressive being the "limestone lodge" or Fremantle prison.
After narrowly avoiding demolition a number of times it is now heritage listed and the largest convict built structure in the Southern Hemisphere (so our guide proudly told us).
One of the eeriest things is that ...
... table around 2 feet away, the 2 of spades. Roux never even came close to touching my card, but when I lifted the water bottle and picked up my card, it was the two of spades, and he was now had the card that I wrote my name on! I may not have explained that well, but he made 2 cards switch places without even touching them. In shock I asked Roux to sign my card, and thanked him for the trick.
Dylan's daughter is a dancer and ...
... the Sausage Sizzle. It is a community dinner for all of the University of Notre Dame Fremantle students. We had sausages and salad for dinner, and there were yard games that we were all allowed to play. There were "minute to win it" type games, ping pong, twister, and more. The game I spent most of my time on was cornhole.
Now, as Marty knows, I have been training for years at cornhole under his meticulous training. Hours have been ...
... and over "I must not forget my phone charger" just so I remember it. there’s the maternal panic of leaving the boys home alone for the first time for any length of time and the work panic of “what if Dom forgets the stencils for the Dockers game today”. All totally crazy things to worry about, but keep me awake they did.
So once we were up and the last minute packing done, lectures delivered to the boys and the car loaded up, Dom drove us to ...
... centralized city center. Free buses around the city, with guided tours, were available but in the interest of saving the free world, we chose a tram with a fee in honor of capitalism. In addition to the free tourist buses, Perth also has free transportation on natural gas powered buses – trying to go green I suppose. Not only were there free tour busses, but Australian cities even have public toilets. Personally, I prefer our method of hunting for a toilet ...