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1) We can drink water from the tap
2) There is toilet paper in all public bathrooms!
3) Legitimate Safety Standards
4) Helpful English speaking drivers
5) Sinks that have pipes and don't just dump on your feet
6) Comfortable and Clean Public Transit
7) Backpackers (hostels)
Things we don't like
1)The price of …
... there are 4 routes across Perth which are all completely free! Most cities around the world could learn from this as it really does reduce the number of cars out and about on the roads. The bus was quick, efficient and clean and also helped us to see where things were as we travelled around the route. We arrived at Barrack St Jetty where there is significant regeneration going on. We found our ...
... We had a great view over the track, and had a three course buffet meal with unlimited drinks, which we took full advantage of! After numerous bets we were a bit disappointed to only have one winner, but that was better than nothing! When the night ended we headed off to the casino where things became even messier!
Our good luck continued when I won tickets for the première of Disney's Maleficent the day before it was publically released. I had been saying how I wanted ...
Ahhhhh - so nice to be home again! The Aussie accents, the smell of Aussie bush after the rain, good tea and coffee, vegemite and our own beds! Braden was able to have the day off work and pick us up from the airport. We came home, unpacked straight ...
I never thought much about where opals were found until a special person in my life asked me to get one for him. He told me that Australia is where most of the opals come from. So I had to do a little research to see where I would have to go for Opals. What I found out is Australia produces 95 percent of the world's precious opal. It is becoming the most sought after precious of all gems because of ...