Adina Apartment Hotel Perth
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... and a run back through the Swan Valley. Easter Saturday we had lunch at Point Walter Reserve, where we were entertained by a garden wedding that decided to set up near where had set up. We then visited Fremantle and enjoyed the street entrainment, a great way to finish the day. On Easter Sunday we were taken on a drive of about 200km. We stopped for a coffee at Toodyay Coke Cafe, then a walk through town. Time to move on ...
... Beach Big Four, not the Emu Point Big Four. Repeat, Middleton Big Four.”
OK, car 3.”
We set off.
“Would you maybe know a good pizza place in Albany”, asked Mrs Henry, because that’s the sort of thing taxidrivers are supposed to know and tourists supposed to ask.
“Yeah, yeah”, our driver said, obviously racking his brain. “Myself I go for Eagle Boys. Can’t go wrong with them, I ...
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After shopping we decided to go to one of the museums that was close by. It was free to get into, which was nice. And then it was a museum. Just like the Field Museum back in Chicago, but a lot smaller. I truly don't know how to go into an explanation of a museum to make it sound more interesting than that. I feel like saying it was a museum just about sums it up. If you've been to the Field Museum in Chicago, or ...
Any amount of travel gives your brain a glimpse of just how many people there are pottering around, living their lives stuck to the face of this floating earthy rock.
Since living in Bolivia I have more consciously started to wonder about people. I am so interested in people's languages, cultures, histories, families, loves, interests, lives. We all do things so differently, even within one country. We're often very fast to judge others, ...
The morning started with packing up and goodbyes with Shannon and Jake (hopefully not for so long this time, as Shannon's mum lives in Tamworth, just a couple of hours away from us), and then we started on our little backtrack that we'd planned, and headed down to Rockingham to catch the ferry over to Penguin Island. It was a very short ferry ride, and the skipper joked that it takes longer to explain the emergency evacuation procedure than it does to get over to the island. That ...