Riverview on Mount Street
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... was. I literally went into this shed and saw a big toilet with just a m*********** to do my business in. If I thought I had 7-10 flies on me when cycling this was a different story there were hundreds and the smell was just indescribeable - Maureen refused to go and I wished I had tinkled in the sea now but still a girl has to do what a girl has to do so I just hoverd over the loo and went. Deffo glad I bought the anti bac gel on this trip!! - I tried to look for a flush but as ...
... video camera hahaha!! we strolled in the sunshine through Stirling park and on to the key where you can catch the ferry to different parts of Perth,they are currently reconstructing.and hopefully will have built a harbour similar to Sydney by 2017! Here is also where the bell tower is where you can go up and get some amazing views of the city we didn't feel this was necessary as we got some at the top of kings park yesterday! We also came across a ...
... public for a small fee. The "clubhouse" was a tiny shed where money could be left in a box. We both played a very nice resort course near Bunbury and spent a day driving around the district's rich farming land. It was here we came across Gnomesville where thousands of gnomes have made their home, coming from all parts of country and from overseas. Our next stop was Mandurah which seemed to us a city of ...
... were on the road again and started the journey towards Karijini. Our first and only stop was approx. 200km north of Perth at Nambung N.P. where we visited a rather peculiar set up of ancient limestones called 'the Pinnacles’. Two days later we arrived at around lunchtime at Karijni N.P. and immediately viewed the first of many beautiful gorges, called ‘Hamersley Gorge’ located in the northern part of the national park. We were absolutely stunned by ...
... his scatty mood, pestering Andy to play which he willingly obliged in winding him up with excitement. With chit chat the banter got silly and the laughter set in, to top off another fine evening with great company. The yawnathon soon started and just after 10pm it was time to turn in. Andy was off in lala land before you could even say goodnight sweetheart, I on the other hand got to settle down at 1am with blog done and the dread of creative packing tomorrow with all out additional ...