The Shiralee Backpackers Hostel
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... and numbness in my fingers, nothing too serious though, just pretty damn annoying), so after 5 minutes I told the owner that it unfortunately wouldn't work for me, this was for me quite a disappointment.
On my way back to Perth I decided that I would go to the Blazing Swan festival, I messaged Steven if he could still get me a ticket, and he could, he would bring it in the night ($200).
My plan for now is to go from the festival up north in ...
... too thirsty for our market. I think SUVS are the most popular form of road transport. The bigger the better. A vehicle, I had not taken a lot of notice of is a "ute" (utililatry vehicle)". A ute has the front of a saloon car, the back of a pickup truck and a stinking big engine. Holden Utes are very popular. A good day for recuperation. Unfortunately, Ollie and Charlotte have to work tomorrow (I gave my commiserations) so Annie and I are planning another trip to ...
... one. Koala's need to sleep around 18-20 hours a day for survival purposes, and can become very sick and even die if they do not get their sleep. For that reason, the Koalas are on rotation as to which one can be pet on any given hour of any given day. This allows for each koala to get the ample rest it needs. They were very soft, like a very very thick wool. I'm not entirely sure how they prevent themselves from ...
... India and Nepal but now we were back to hostels for a couple of nights. We grabbed a breakfast and some cash at the airport and took the metro in to the city to our hostel called River city inn which was located on Hong Kong street not far from the heart of the city. Dropping our bags and having a quick shower we headed straight out for the day as we only had a couple of days here before heading to Australia. We walked past the very quiet boat quay at the water front, the opposite side ...
... Xmas, I headed back to Kangaroo Inn for a few days, and had arranged with the boys that I'd come visit and stay with them on rotto for new year which I was so excited about, that place looked like paradise - and it was! So I stayed there for a couple of days, and ended up meeting Paul there. I thought he was really really hot straight away and I was so surprised that him and his friends happened to be staying at the same quiet place as I was! I was in luck! By this time, I had ...