Arundels Boutique Accommodation
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... main memorial, and they told me a lot about both the history of Perth and Australia. It was all extremely interesting to learn about and was awesome to see some of these things. It was great to be able to meet with people who have spent the better part of their lives in this area, as they'll know different things that others may not - like where to go for the best view of the city at night.
Thursday night is "late shopping night" here, ...
... of us. They want to see everything, explore everywhere and all at once! I think after 36 days, they'll know their way around the ship pretty well. For now, I'm sitting on the balcony watching the lights of Perth fade into the distance. I wonder what stories we'll have to share when we get ...
... friendly and happy according to most.
Another thing we did last week was an impromptu dinner. People were all complaining that they had this or that going bad that they didn't know how to use. One girl had peppers, another had eggs, other veggies and sauce etc. I told everyone to put everything that was going bad on the kitchen counter, and I combined them all into a fancy pasta sauce with chicken and other things. People ...
... hour beer!
One thing that we do here in Cleo's, is every Monday and Wednesday we have a "Family Dinner" where a group of 3-4 of us cook dinner for the rest of us. It is nice to sit down with everyone, talk, and not have to cook for a night. I had my family dinner on Wednesday, and went for gold on my first family dinner. I cooked, with Dane and Tom's help, marinated steak, garlic mashed potatoes, and asparagus. There was only 1 hick up with ...
... to "tag" for some time. We travelled to Freemantle without incident. We walked to Victoria Dock along the quay and confirmed our return trip to Perth via boat with Captain Cook Tours. We strolled along the dock to see a ship with two large quayside cranes aboard a ship coming into the Swan River estuary being nudged along by two powerful tugs. These are apparently new cranes for the container dock. It was lucky (or well planned) that there was very ...