All Suites Perth
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... had a lovely evening on the beach while the kids swam and played on the beach below. It was a nice, relaxed evening, and the weather and sunset were just perfect.
We then returned the Kayak to the Sparke's house (it had become a permanent fixture on the Landcruiser roof for the last few weeks!), and returned to the van about 8pm, as we were all tired from a busy day in the heat, and poor Bernie and Paul had to work tomorrow.....
... of the food items we needed. Christmas Day was spent at the Halley’s house with the four Halley’s and some family friends who came over for lunch. Christmas lunch was delicious, seafood, ham, turdukin and a variety of delicious salads and the sweets were to die for, which we nearly did after eating way too much!
We had booked the four of is in for a round of golf at Point Walter on Boxing Day but Steve woke with a upset stomach so ...
... balance between rehabilitation, keeping the public safe and rehabilitation, rehab barely got a look in. Sadly this is still the case at too many UK prisons. Ben has a distant grandsomething who was transported for stealing a sheep. Who knows where he ended up. We returned to Andy and Karen's and, thanks to Kori's sterling work on the map, were soon home. There, we started work on dinner, Thai Green curry. There was a mesmerising glow along the horizon just after sunset, which ...
... a taxi was in place for 5am, thanks to Freya's friend Emma doing our airport run. With our ode to the Johnston's Perth Life lyrics constructed (blur's park life adapted especially for them) written into a "thank you" card, I could now settle down to snore in peace. Leaving the blog for tonight and until our flight, but was keeping Andy awake for a change with his wino-head and having to adjust my sleeping positions intermittently thru the night to keep me ...
My friends Clare and Ronny came out to Perth 18months ago as Ronny was setting up a branch of the Occupational Psychology business he is a partner of in Edinburgh. The work Ronny is involved in is linked to the oil, gas and mining industries in Australia. They have two daughters, Tina in Edinburgh and Demi who is about to start a nursing degree in Perth. It was great to see them and spend time in catching up with their new life in Western Australia. We went for a ...