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... with Ella for the first few days, she shares with about 7 others in a central flat, all bunks so I'll be on the sofa - yay! I'm so excited to be with her again and get up to all sorts, it will be really nice to be experiencing Sydney with someone else. I feel most of my time on Perth has been on my own which I haven't minded really, but having company for a while now will be really good. It's nice to have someone to experience it all with and me and Ella always had a good laugh in ...
... for business class.
So I am anxious to get to the airport to do this before they start upgrading people from the ballot.The ballot is where you are given the opportunity to pay $100 aust to go into a ballot to be upgraded to business class. They let you know just a couple of hours before you fly if you were successful and if you weren't, you get your money refunded.
So today I learnt never to give up.
I had gone into this ballot twice before and have not ...
... and was still in awe at the style of old buildings lining the streets. Brad took us to the prison but none of us wanted to go in as we were hungry. I would be interested in going at another time and am keen to go back and spend a night at Fremantle as there is so much to explore and also Rottnest Island just a short ferry ride away. We walked to the wharf area which we didn't get to the other day. It was a happening place and I reakon that's where most of the ...
... old labs in the cellar which was accessed via a secret panel in the bookcase that slid back to reveal a staircase to the labs some of which still contained some original jars. The Labs were only discovered in 2002 after severe flood damage exposed them. They were then restored and the museum opened to the public. We had lunch again at the markets and watched the astronomical clock perform its hourly ritual with the the ...
... of this gorge surrounding us. We immediately went for a swim and actually swam all the way into the gorge. A couple of hours later we agreed to continue and entered the national park from the western side. The next stop was the Dales gorge with its famous ‘Fern pool’. We enjoyed another lovely swim at that particular pool and after a full day of walking, driving and swimming we slowly made our way to the first camp spot. We spent a total of 4 nights at ...
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