Cottesloe Beach Hotel
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... me because at the end of the day it's all my friends we have come out too and he's been no problem and it hasn't taken a wrinkle out of him. We got food in an Irish bar and it was beautiful!! We were all in need of a bit of food at that's stage as we where all getting a bit drunk :) We came home early enough and Shane and T came back too for a drink. Craic was good and about 1 o'clock they left and we staggered down to bed. 1st day done and a success. K+C ...
... on weekday, winter tandem jumps. So, lets start at the beginning of that day. I arrived at Rockingham and signed all the forms and met the two other guys who were jumping. Then as we were waiting for the rest of the instructors to arrive, we were told that it was too windy to jump right now and were sent on our ways to wait for the call saying it was good to jump. After an hour of wandering by the beach and reading in the park, I finally got the call ...
... cousin Kate and her daughter Vanessa for lunch and all the kids played in the spa, love it.
In the afternoon we got to chill and watch some tele then off to Japanese for the nights dinner by ourselves. Dinner was great but we had to visit the toilets about 20 times as I’m sure the kids just wanted to use the toilet ...
... for Gallipoli. We explored many parts of Albany, including the Whaling Station on the opposite side of the harbour. As a museum it has the machinery and relics of the site as it was when it operated from 1952 until 1978. Thank goodness whaling became uneconomic and finally ceased in Australia then. Nearby we drove down Blowhole Road to look out over remote Eclipse Island, where my Uncle Col was a lighthouse keeper between 1960 and 1965. My cousins grew up there and on ...
... in awful conditions. They had no toilet, only a bucket that they had to carry out in the morning and empty into a dumping statin. Can you imagine the smell in there when temperatures inside in summer could rise into the 50s. Unimaginable. I'm all for punishment but the conditions here were dreadful for both the prisoners and guards. The last execution was carried out in 1943. Quite an eye opener this visit and another piece of ...