Grand Central Backpackers
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... to miss anything. Two more days in Perth with Tour Guide Nic and lots planned.
Suzie Q's fact of the day - if Western Australia was a country in its own right, it is so vast that it would be the 10th biggest in the world!
You are privileged and getting two tonight - Perth has the highest number of self made millionaires per head of population of any city in the world!!!!
Thank you and goodnight!
... Pilbara, was one that was a hard land with little vegetation and a whole lot of dirt. With not much but arid land ahead, it seemed that we would defiantly have our work cut out for us.
After a few too many left turns we hit the house, got the bear minimum out of the car and hit the hay. Its safe to say I died and went to heaven during that sleep.
Thanks again for putting us up!
... we should use the Ortlieb panniers that we bought when we were in Frankfurt, rather than the panniers that we used in 2011. On the 2013 French trip we used the larger Ortlieb rollbags strapped on top of the panniers which were rather a lot to handle when not on the bikes. We have invested in some new lightweight camping gear so should not need as much space, so we decide to go with the small Ortlieb rack packs which directly attach above the panniers.
... in and straight back out again :P
Then yesterday we went to Kings Park which is pretty central to the city and on one of the few hills in Perth. Amazing views of the city and the river. There is so much green in Perth, I am amazed. There's more parkland than U.K. cities. I love it. So beautiful. After Kings Park we went to Heirisson Island which is also pretty central in the river. It's a nice place to walk but what was really ...
... so early, we were first in line, and the next people behind us was a family of Australians and a Kiwi (New Zealander) that we began talking to. Ally was in this group, and we spent the better part of an hour talking to her and her family/friends. We even sat on the grass near each other during the movie, and continued talking until the movie started. Somewhere during the conversation she invited us to her house for a BBQ, which ...