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... for the kids. We enjoyed a beautiful relaxing lunch on the grass under the shade of a huge gumtree.
Around 2.30pm, we moved to another part of the Botanic Gardens, where there was a hugely impressive Anzac war memorial, with the names of all WA people who had fought and died in all wars. It was very beautiful and impressive, and all the more so for its location - It was high on a clifftop, with the most amazing aspect ...
... loved) and finished with port and desert wines!! Safe to say we all got a few bottles each..it was on a deal haha!! It was located in this tiny tin with views overlooking the vineyards. Sipping wine in 44 degree heat (warmer here as away from the coast!) was just idealic. We then fell upon a free tasting chocolate shop so had a few tries there- Jack even managed to persuade everyone to stop their again on the way home! We continued onto another 3 wine ...
... the cooling breeze. We chatted to a friendly guy called Wayne, who gave us the lowdown on the best beaches in the area, as well as our geographical bearings. He prefers the calm of Perth to the hustle and bustle of Sydney, where he was born. Kori navigated as we weaved into town and parked up in front of Fremantle prison. We hadn't particularly planned to visit but since we were there, we decided to make an afternoon of it and take the tour. Stepping through the Victorian gates, ...
... lacking in people nowadays. I feel so very lucky that I have an opportuniy to support, witness and play a role in this trip because I think it will be awesome.
A little note about the project - we are going to a little village outside of Hanoi to help out at a school and build toilet blocks. People always look at me like I am loopy when I say this, but I am passionate about toilets, so I am understandably excited about building toilets. If you read my blogs ...
... a push bike rental on the other side. A tall ship sat docked in front of us as we boarded and we departed as the HMAS Arunta arrived with its sailors lined on deck waving, their white uniforms and silly socks blinking in the sun. It's a stomach churning forty minute crossing.
Originally an Aboriginal prison, Rottnest now pays its way as a top holiday destination and wildlife reserve. There's a small museum on the island. The black chain ganged inhabitants with ...