Riverview on Mount Street
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Monday morning working men's club started early again today. Woken from our slumber with the construction rubbish shute being put to full affective use, so for us it was early morning coffee time in our room. Even more grateful we packed and were ready to go, we gulped down our drinks, checked under the bed and got the hell out of this god forsaken pit by 9am. Loved the location, but the crash pad was purely that, spending as little time at the builders site. Marching uphill to ...
... only 176 meters long. It was used commercially for over 100 years and was extended many times to accommodate ever larger ships and ever more cargo. Principally grain, livestock and timber were shipped from this part of WA.
*The barrel seen in the photograph (to be uploaded soon ) is a replica of the one erected in 1836 to indicate the best place along the shore for vessels to land. It was a symbol used by Settlers to convey this message. The barrel ...
... to Rome left 3 hours later. We were all pretty tired, even Brodie and Luca who had managed to get 6 hrs sleep on the first flight. Luca was asleep before the plane took off and slept for 4.5 hours, Brodie fell asleep soon after and didn't wake up till the plane landed! Nicolas, Paul and I got about 3 hours. Etihad were a really good airline to ...
We're off tomorrow. Wendy has visited the supermarket and topped up the fruit, veggies and other items that need to get packed into the fridge/freezer; Chris is aboard his return flight from Perth to Melbourne. He'll be home in a few hours and then it will just be a matter of loading the clothes and food into the Tvan and Prado. Emails and phone calls have been made to confirm a few details. A country pub that rates well in the ...
... day was very fun. The kangaroo section you were able to enter, pet, and feed the animals. Needless to say these were very domesticated kangaroos. Most of their time was spent napping in the sunlight, probably trying to digest the heaps of food they had been fed that day. Regardless they were adorable. They also have a mastered skill of pooping while lying down asleep.
Even though we were ...