Grand Central Backpackers
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From May 18th,2004, to May 17th,2005, I have travelled around Australia with a work-and-holiday visa. During my stay, I visited a lot of cities including Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Hobart, and Gold Coast.
In Perth, I stayed in Grand Central Backpackers hostel for $100 per week. The rate was not bad at all. I made friends …
... En après-midi, nous nous sommes arrêté à Cook, au milieu de nulle part, pour refaire le plein. Population: 5. En revenant au train tout le monde blaguait sur la grandeur du mail ,la beauté du cinéma..., etc. Le sarcasme était roi. En fin d'après-midi, le paysage a changé et la plaine s'est transformée en collines boisées.puis la noirceur est revenue: deuxième nuit!
After a good night sleep I woke up, the train was riding fast through an immense plain as far ...
... 2… I have the music already, but have to resist buying things I (a) don’t need, (b) have nothing to play on and (c) will be carrying around like a dead weight for 50 weeks. Oh well, once a record collector… - M). We didn’t find the road atlas but got a good map of the area of WA we are travelling from the newsagent. It has useful things like where you can get fuel on it. The tourist office provides such good brochures that we have decided we don’t need a ...
... without google maps! It's the best invention ever! We haven't put a foot wrong lol The walk to the bakery was about 30-40 mins from the bus station so a fair enough wee walk but it was a nice day so we didn't mind and if I get he job there was busses passing us too so I know there must be buses going that way from somewhere. Ciaran went into a bar down from the bakery and I made my way up to the interview. The bakery ...
... and camel rock (which have a rock that looks like a camel head). At seal island, we saw another sea friend swimming through the water. He was quite interested in the boat. Finally, we went to penguin island. This island has the worlds smallest penguins living on it. Although, the island is closed to the public right now due to nesting season. So, we didn't get to see any penguins. It was cool being able to see these different sea creatures that I don't get to see at all in ...