Alderney on Hay
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... Teriann wanted a look around the shops, anyway). We had a yummy Ben and Jerry's icecream, and noticed there was a waterslide park called "Escape" beside the harbour - Maybe we could take the kids there, tomorrow...?
Whilst the Sparke's went home for a quick shower, we grabbed some groceries for a picnic lunch in the park, and a BBQ dinner at the beach.
Lunch at about 1.30pm was at the gorgeous Kings Park and ...
... Sandy hair and a Sun kissed bod to use his..got a cheeky pic as well..mainly to show my single friends at home obviously ;) Now all creamed up it was time to hit the beach and wow. It was stunning! Bright blue sea and power white sand. We paddled in the sea and it was freeeeezing great to cool off after our bike ride but for some reason I expected it to be warm!
We cycled back around half 8/9 and by this time you could feel how hot it was ...
... we hadn't even known about until a couple of months ago. After dropping the shopping off at the house, we went drove along the coastal road towards Fremantle. Every now and then, we would turn a corner or crest a hill and suddenly come upon the Indian Ocean with all of its marine hues; cool deep blues in the depths and tantalising azures in the shallows. Parking next to the gigantic docks, which serve a huge portion of Western Australia, we walked along the beach for a ...
... for the crowds to see. This was not nearly as impressive as the one in Messina. We returned to the flat for a rest in the afternoon and Chris went off for a walk and we caught up on some chores. Later we went back into the old town for a view from the old square tower and then a drink and a meal at a nearby restaurant. Home to bed with a train to Vienna waiting for us next morning. See you all in Vienna!! ...
... most of our time.
We went out to the Beaufort Street festival in the centre of Perth, it was the busiest we've ever seen in an Australian city. We were not keen to see that much crowd. How are we gonna do it again in London?
We met up with our friend Ayngil, who hosted us during our first three weeks in Australia, two years ago. It was so nice to see her again. Lots of laughs that night.
We went to Kings Park, which overlooks the ...