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Today we decided to explore Fremantle and the Coastline north to Perth.
In a bygone era when passenger ships were the preferred mode of transport for world travellers, Fremantle was the western gateway to Australia. Millions of migrants arrived by ship and many made the surrounding area their home.
Whilst air travel has impacted …
This morning we drove to the northern beaches and visited the memorials to my Grandad and also my Nanna Peg at the Pinnaroo Memorial Park.
On the way back we went to Hillary's Boat Harbour to have a look. We saw the boats under a threatening sky and we had a look at some of the shops there.
On the way back we went via 50 Raleigh …
I went to the local 12 volt shop just off Orrong road in Kewdale to look for LED replacements for a couple of Halogen bulbs in the van. Fortunately they had them but at almost $27 each, not cheap. I then did a bit of shopping at a local supermarket and spent the rest of the day at the caravan park.
The CP had a sausage …
... of work in and grab a bite to eat before our next meeting at 1.
I can't believe how quickly the month of November has gone by. When I get back to Shanghai, it will already be time to start my advent calendar! Max has departed Norwich for his travels and should be most of the way to Kathmandu by now. As of this weekend, I have only 2 weeks left in Shanghai before I head for Vietnam. Crazy how time flies!
... We were heading to Kings park on the bus,and that took a long time(about 19 stops)Luckily,we got there.The park was beautiful.There was lovely soft grass,shady areas and a spectacular view.Loads of weddings were going on around here.Photos,marriages and parties.We had to move quickly because of them.Well,I betta go.Bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!From Charlotte(P.S when we got home,we had a quick swim in the ...