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... the mall and we stop at the information centre. Three bus routes run around the city - free of charge. We head for Williams Street and bus 37 for Kings Park and the Botanic Gardens. Arriving nearly at the front door of the Botanic Gardens, we have great views over Perth and the Swan River. The War Memorial is directly looking over Perth. A large gum tree is decorated/dressed up even with a tiara. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II planted this tree in 1954. It is decorated in ...
... and is picking us up for lunch; it’s her 81st birthday. She takes us on the scenic route along the Swan River to the Ocean Hotel at North Cottesloe where we have a table with an ocean view, and some good steak. I hesitate to call it the sea – this is a wild blue ocean with a wide horizon stretching across to South Africa. Respect. The beach has lovely sand but the sea is still a bit chilly with only a few hardy souls braving the waves.
Diana drove us back ...
... looking at the car park at Perth station. Impossible to get a seat in the lounge car, appears people claim a seat waiting for the bar to open at 10 am and stay all day. Passing lots of wheat storage. Haven't seen any canola fields for over a week. Whoops just passed one. Part of our trip includes a bus tour of ...
Sunday 20th September 2015
The weekend seemed to draw to an end quite quickly as we got up and headed to Emerald after morning teas at the Appleton’s Clermont house. The drive was another lengthy 2 hour journey but we made it, had some brunch, visited woolies to kill a bit of extra time before we were dropped off at the airport. As we were driving up toward the drop off zone, there was a brief spell of panic as we couldn’t remember what ...
... walk has also been done really well, at the start when you walk through the arch a voice automatically starts giving a bit of history on the military. There is a military museum there , Jezzamine Barracks, unfortunately it was not open. Had a fish and chip lunch with a wine, then later on had a coffee at the coffee club on the strand, very nice. Drove to the lookout ' Castle ...