Arundels Boutique Accommodation
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... Paul was meeting us there on his way home from work.
We had a shower, got dressed-up and went for a drive down the coast road at about 3.30pm to have a quick look around Fremantle, before going to Cottesloe Beach for dinner. Fremantle is a beautiful place - So much gorgeous old architecture to see - tiny stone cottages and rows of terrace-houses, as well as a huge old prison and grand old buildings and pubs - all mixed-in with ...
... little camp areas made it very frustrating to navigate round. At least there were baby kangaroos to cheer me up.
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Made our way out to the most south westerly point of Australia, Cape Leeuwin, where the Southern and Indian oceans meet. Very wild and windy but you had to pay to actually get onto the cape which is a bit of a joke. Luckily just round the corner from the cape is a little rocky beach and outcrop ...
... been able to stretch our finances to a private room at the hostel. That said there isn't actually much difference is in cost between two beds in a dorm and a private room. There's less snoring in a private room so it was a no brainer! Although Kirsty might not agree there is less snoring!! We were briefly shown around the hostel, before being shown to our cell, sorry, I meant room! It wasn't much bigger than the camper, ...
... only made things worse, but the northern shop assistant came to my aid with a damp cloth. Essentials in IGA next on the list, with a sourcing out the ingredients for the family meal we want to cook them all at some point. Shopping done, we took a rest point at Gumblossom park to establish the easy way back and continue on down the one road, around the park down to the roundabout. Getting back we were greeted with the gorgeous smells omitting from the slow cooker bubbling ...
... to explore. Lots of learning today amongst all the fun. A quick visit to the Library on the way home is always valuable and a shared dinner with Wes and Daryl before getting the lads to bed early. Another terrific day!