Governor Robinsons Backpackers Hostel
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So it's been 2 weeks since I arrived in Perth. I'd be lying if I said I hadn't struggled at first. More so than I expected to but I feel like I'm starting to settle out abit now. So what have I done so far?? Well.... Drink mostly.... But let's start at the beginning..... So week 1 consisted mainly of sorting out important stuff like Medicare cards, tax numbers, bank accounts, all very boring. I did however go out to a club Wednesday night with ...
... their sentences. The hottest recorded temperature in the cells was 53.9 degrees which is unbelievable, and they only changed clothes twice a week!! The toilets were a simple bucket! Crazy. The smell must have been unbearable, especially in that kind of heat!! We visited the kitchens and came to learn that it was the place to be if you were doing time as you got extra privileges, such as, a private shower and toilet with no time limits and you got all the best food! The yards used ...
Woke up about 6.30am had a peek outside & looks sunny, making the most of being able to stay in bed as the rest of the time we are going to have to be up early to have breakfast and get ready to go out and have suitcases packed and ready outside our room door, looking at the itinerary, wake up call most mornings at 6am!!!! Dave didn't wake till ...
... someone, he had told me he was going to watch it on Saturday but there was no way I was going to go with as I wanted to go out to couple bars and not watch a football game.
We spent the afternoon wandering around Perth city. Perth is lovely, I much prefer it to Sydney. It’s a bit like Melbourne in the sense that it doesn’t have that fast city pace Sydney does, people aren’t rushing around and it doesn’t feel ...
... cafe called 'It's Natural' and bought sandwiches to eat outside. The carrot in mine seemed to want to get in my handbag but Andy's ham club managed to reach his mouth successfully.
We walked down to the ex-prison called the Round House which is the oldest surviving building in Western Australia and through it's tunnel to the shore. Next we walked through the pretty Harbour area and past a brewer/pub/restaurant.
By 3 o'clock we ...