Criterion Hotel Perth
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... present in the water, and producing a form of food colouring agent. Quite amazing.
Hmm…I’m clearly heading south…
…the colour of the sky tells the story. No more blue…grey is the new colour to get used to : ))
... with a range of types of vegetation, rugged coastline, sandy beaches, lakes and rivers.
Mount Buffalo National Park
Mount Buffalo National Park is one of Victoria's oldest. It was originally declared a national park in 1898. It protects the region of the Australian Alps including Mount Buffalo and its surrounding area.
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... transport whale products from ship to shore.
At the end of the day we explored the markets with all the yummy tasty treats and Aaron bought himself a boomerang from a chatty character who competes in boomerang competitions around the world (who knew?).
Next day we took the ferry up the Swan river to Perth - passing by the million and multi million dollar homes on the waterfront.
Dolphins were playing in the wake of the ferry but ...
Today was a special day. Jane and Graham, who we met in 2012, picked us up at the ship. It was great seeing them and we picked up like we did not have a gap of 3 years. It is amazing the friendships that develop on cruises.
Jane and Graham took us to the city of Perth. We could see the skyline as we drove into the city. We soon parked the car and we walked into one of the city's parks. This park had 1000 acres and it was all ...