Cottesloe Beach Hotel
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... to walking across snowy and icy side walks.
For lunch we had fish and chips, which was the first time I've ever had that. It was surprisingly good; well I guess it's not so surprising as all of the seafood is very fresh here, being so close to the ocean and all. The fish and chips was from a restaurant right on the beach called IndiFish, the five of us got one order of it to split and it was enough for all of us for lunch, which was nice. We ate ...
... perfect Perth holiday home for us to enjoy. Neil returned soon after and seeing the pool cover off promptly changed for a cool down after a long hot day at work. We caught up chatting on and had to take a conscious decision to get up to shower and change to go out for Morgan's birthday meal. Not taking too long the whole family; Jo, Neil, Jesse, Bailey & Morgan with us tagging along, were ready to hit the road and go out, seeing the sun setting on route ...
... Perth and Fremantle, we've found a buyer for Bau. He's John, an elderly guy from New-Zealand who comes often to Australia to see family and friends. Bau is exactly what he was looking for for his travels. He wants to keep him for a few years and, being a good mechanic, will be able to take good care of him. He's also offered a very good price. He's just the perfect person for Bau, we couldn't have hoped for better. Still, it's heart-breaking to let go of Bau, it'll take a while to ...
... which is further down from where we are staying, right near a harbour. When we got there we ate in a burger place which I wasn't looking forward to as I could barely open my mouth. Anyway after a while I managed to eat it all and it was lovely. We met dave and his wife in a pub. They were really friendly and offered us advice and even invited us ...
We continue to bump into other travellers who are following the same route, most of who are retired or ‘semi-retired’. The human contact in sharing travel routes and challenging antidotes sometimes extends to an invitation to have an evening inside someones van ………. ahhhhh the joy of standing upright inside your own van is a tempting thought (but alas I won’t be sold on the concept).