Comfort Hotel Perth City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up this morning to the sound of the cookoborough which made us feel like we are on I'm a celeb or something so now we are deffo in oz! Annnnd now after nearly 4 years I'm finally letting Jack.leave the toilet seat up..only as makes.it easier to check for creepy crawlies!!
So after a breakfast of toast and tea we ventured to a place called Freemantle which so far I think is my favourite!! It's a quaint town similar to downtown New ...
Hey Dan Merry Xmas and all that toss. Carribean Xmas reggae music huh? How's that working for ya :-p
So I know this isn't really a travel blog, but I guess it is a little of our travels over the last few weeks and also the awesome (sarcastic) journey of building a new house.... Again! Not that we don't like the idea of a new house, but I guess we really don't want to have to do the work to get a new house in shape, plus also the amount of extra mortgage that we will ...
... first... I'm going to need some shorts and flip flops ("thongs" according to my fellow Bruces and Sheilas) pronto! Big shout out to Sarah, Laura (the family's lovely German au pair) and Chloe (Dave and Sarah's little four-year-old) for waiting for me and driving me around! Off we go to K-Mart to find some cheap clothes! Oh, and did I mention they also have a pool in their garden? OH YES. I best be buying a bikini too. (Aussie translation=bathers). ...
... Beach. Parking at the marina, we wandered along the boardwalk through the shops before strolling along the beach beyond. There weren't very many people on the beach but the wildlife put on a show for us. For several minutes we watched a kestrel hovering over the scrub on the limestone cliffs, making minute corrections to stay in exactly the same position in the strong wind. Eventually, it bagged something small (perhaps an insect) in ...
... by mechanised jousting knights. The whole street, especially with all its Christmas decorations up, looks like Diagon Alley from Harry Potter. There are lots of little shops and cafés, best shop though - Sweets of London - I purchased some Tunnock's caramel wafers as I had been missing them greatly, and Rob had never tried one before! The Cultural Centre which sits just beside the train station (on the opposite side of the station to the main city centre) and before ...