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... spot. It's very cosmopolitan with a 'Cappucino Strip', a thousand places to eat and there's a bohemian flavour to it as well with art galleries and funky little art deco places. Mixed in amongst all of this or course is some sensational architecture. The limestone buildings are just great and the city is riddled with them, from Marine Terrace right back up amongst the residential areas.
Of course it's also the place where you have to be "an individual", so ...
... last two days. Strong winds and heavy downpours have been the order of the day. There has been some damage to different areas with roofs being blown off, trees falling down and even containers on the wharf collapsing. Fortunately we have come through without any damage. Sunday we caught up with Laura for lunch and a guided tour around Fremantle, in between the rain showers. Fremantle is an old city with some beautiful old buildings and narrow streets that contribute ...
Harbour town shop for Portugese leather shoes that fitted like a glove. Top shoes. Lap of Kings Park. It is a great city park with an excellent botanical garden. Top park on top of the city.Tempted by some Aboriginal art but got carried away in the garden and it closed. Top painting. Went out to dinner with Ben and Helen at Mezza in Subiaco. Top restaurant and a top meal, targines of goat, lamb and fish. Topped off another great day in ...
... as well. The prison buildings were built by the convicts and are limestone blocks. It is World Heritage listed and has cells showing how prisoners were housed from the early 1800s right through to when it closed in 1991. We walked through most areas of the prison from the entry point of new inmates, kitchen, cell blocks, death row and the exercise yards. They used to hang prisoners and you could go into that small building and see the gallows. I chose to wait outside, ...
... is my last blog entry. Once again thank you to the parents for all the support in the planning and duration of this trip. A HUGE thanks has to go to the staff who gave up the first week of their holidays to supervise and support me (Mr Alweyn, Mr Conway, Mr Flanagan, Mr Bryant and Mrs Williams). The students need to be thanked as well for the way they represented the College and conducted themselves throughout the trip.
Enjoy the rest of your holidays!