Adina Apartment Hotel Perth
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... her being cute. Canna wait for a bosie!
Lovely evening meal with Nic and her mum to finish our trip to Perth and now on to Exmouth/Ningaloo Reef - canna believe that we are in our last week - where has the time gone?
Suzie Q's fact of the day - Kings park in Perth is the largest inner city park in the world. One third larger than Central Park in NYC. Also, pandas can do somersaults.
... the sunrise but the view was still very lovely. Before we started packing up, Aaron messaged Alan the tuner guy and said what had been happening yesterday. Halfway through our pack up, Alan replied and basically said the gearbox was now stuffed. When we finished packing, we sat in the car while Aaron called anyone and everyone he could think of, and find on Google, to help fix the gearbox. The first call was to the transmission guy ...
... wave rock about 11.30 and have been to see the rock, quite impressive! We climbed the top before we realised we were ontop of it. We are now sitting enjoying the sunshine having a glass of wine watching everyone else set up. Great clean caravan park for the first night, however not cheap.... $40 for the night. I guess you pay for the rock..."mmmmm". Tomorrow morning we are heading down to Esperance for a few days so will report more then. Peace out for now!
... friends at school in Dubai, and her parents are in Australia visiting another daughter of theirs who just had a baby. It was an incredible coincidence; not so much being in Australia at the same time, but at the same Park on the same day and at the same time… very cool and serendipitous.
After a cool visit at Cavensham, Tony took us for drive along the Australian coast line, stopping at Scarborough Beach and City Beach to admire the ...
... Longhurst, his wife Kylie and Simon’s Grandfather Athol, who at 98 stopped playing golf only 3 months ago! Tony and Simon worked together in Hobart at Pasminco! Simon now works for Rio Tinto and is shortly representing Australia at the World Triathlon championships in Austria. This was a wonderful reunion, followed by a long drive back to Cottesloe, almost via Darwin (caused by an incorrect GPS entry!)
After a morning visit to the Art Gallery of WA, Karen ...