Grand Central Backpackers
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... hours, so this 37hr period has really taken the cake. Being left to your own devices for such a long period of time gives the opportunity to think and take some lessons from your experiences: Lesson One: 37 hours in transit does some crazy things to your mind. Quite literally, I arrived in New York on a bigger high than a stoned hippy walking the streets of Fremantle. I'd like to say I was high on the excitement of the ...
... 8217;s family tree and Peter was keen to learn what she had discovered.
In addition to their family tree Leanne shared their Father’s childhood letters from relatives back in England when he migrated to Australia. The condition of these letters and postcards was remarkable. So lucky to have this history all in one place for future ...
... information in the 3 hour tour. Night time meal at the New Norcia hotel sampling the Abbey Ale (noice) and back to the van parked next to the New Norcia oval, with facilities near by. Quite adequate for $10. We plan to visit the museum and art gallery (over 3 floors) tomorrow before heading into Perth.
Spent most of the next morning in the museum and art gallery with some very good exhibits - they certainly were a talented lot, these monks.
South to Perth.
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... roommates, Celeste, was there already, so I met up with her to get some dinner. We went to Hogs Breath Cafe, where I got a 'Mexican Beef Wrap', or as they're typically called, a burrito. It was extremely good though, and it was a special, so that, a small salad, and a huge order of fries was less than $10 Australian. After we ate, we decided to walk around and check out the Joondalup Festival - a two day festival put on by the town with different ...
... we decided that we did not like it very much and we were not having fun. Even the seagulls were seeking shelter from the wind. So we came home early. Annie and I had arranged to take Ollie and Charlotte out for dinner at a local Italian restaurant that no one had been to before. The dinner turned out to be very good with excellent food and very good selection of wines. Ollie and Charlotte were impressed and said they would go ...