Citadines St Georges Terrace
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It was a self contained room with a small kitchen. very comfortable
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We caught the 2.45 flight. We were lucky enough to be ungraded to Business class. Had a very comfortable flight. Watched Blended with Drew barrymore and even enjoyed it.
Landed in Perth at 5ish and picked up hire car headed to our hotel. Got stuck in traffic for an hour. Eventually got there. Dumped our bags, changed and headed out to dinner.< …
... was fascinating. The current price to buy a lobster in the area is $85 a kilo but they do not cook theirs - they live export 98% of the catch. There are 150 fisherman who own the cooperative and bring their catch to the factory. The lobsters are caught, processed at the factory, transported to Fremantle before being flown to China and Japan - so from sea to plate all this happens within 36 hours - amazing. The factory turns over about $300 ...
Was margining better then day 5. Not that we didn’t love our close encounter with skippy or the setting up camp in the rain or the thunderstorm to follow. Not that we really didn’t love all of those things… but it was nice to have some:
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and 4. a little bit of sun.. oh and a decent coffee
Things where looking up.
After breakfast ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">An Lam Villas was the icing on the cake for an adventure into privacy and indulgence. We are so fortunate and lucky.
Vietnam never seems to disappoint. We've now joined up the dots and have travelled from north to south. It's been great to share Hoian and Hue ...
... easy via brilliant cycle paths that Boris would envy, yet made difficult as nothing is signposted! My route takes me just over 3 hours and I clock up 45km in total, by the end of it cursing the single speed bike on every incline! The the afternoon we spend engrossed in books and blogs, before a meaty Kangaroo burger dinner and heading out for drinks with my cousin, Anna at the Avery Skybar in town, to send her off for her 5th marathon, this time in ...