Easy Perth Backpackers

46 Francis Street , Perth, Western Australia, 6003, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Perth CBD area of Perth, is near Scarborough Beach, London Court, St George's Terrace, and BankWest Tower.
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Travel Blogs from Perth

First Impressions of Classes

A travel blog entry by jkfalker on Aug 16, 2014


... man is so weird, but in a good way. He talked about his performances with robotic extensions of the body (i.e. the third arm), multiple hook suspensions, and the ear graft on his left arm. The topic was very interesting, but I was so confused. I had no idea where we would possibly be going with this lecture. I asked the person next to me what class we were in: Extreme, Complex, and Bizarre. The lecture makes much ...

So, What Do I Have To Do To Get Out Of Here?

A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 07, 2014

... and go through.

I like to think that an airport is a fair reflection of the country/region you're visiting. The slicker the airport, the more pretensions a city/country has. There are other indicators into the 'culture' of a country from the layout of the airport. In the case of Denpasar, I thought I'd left all the street vendors selling cheap souvenir tat behind, only to find that the airport seems to have ...

Initial Impressions

A travel blog entry by jkfalker on Jul 28, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... words are shortened and a "y" or "ie" is added to the end. Ex: barbie, eskie (a cooler), brekkie (breakfast), uni (university), arvo (afternoon), Macker's (McDonald's). Not accustomed to some of their phrases, I find myself getting a little confused. For example, at the shop one afternoon, I was checking out and the cashier said "cheers." I noticed that cheers seemed to be a different kind of word to say in the situation, but I went about my business. I ...


A travel blog entry by georgiandpaul on Jun 26, 2014

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We checked into the functional, but characterless Fremantle Village Caravan Park early afternoon on Thursday 27th June, and headed into the heart of Fremantle to collect our new credit cards and see the town. There were some great bakeries, cafes and stores to tempt us, so we filled our tummies with homemade sausage rolls, delicious coffees, and added to our winter wardrobes from the Kathmandu sale.Afterwards we checked out the free exhibits ...

Party Time

A travel blog entry by cmreid on Jun 12, 2014

12 photos

... see the dinosaurs from the 'dinosaur trail' in the 'flesh' as well as many other dinosaurs I hadn't heard of, alongside more of the popular dinosaurs like brachiosaurus and t-rex. It was a well set out display and very child-oriented. After a little shopping and lunch in the arcade we enjoyed the ferry once again and the leisurely walk back along the river. It was a lovely day, although Kayleigh was left wondering why we didn't end ...