Hay Street Backpackers
Travel Blogs from Perth
... as smooth the second time, however. Walking back into my housing area, a boy asked me directions to the office, and after I explained he responded with "cheers." Obviously this word is meant as a thank you, but I was so thrown that after a short delay I responded with, "Uh, yeah see ya later," and walked away. Now I'm aware that "cheers" is generally followed by "no worries" or "you're welcome." One thing I found fascinating is that walking barefoot ...
... br> The more I'm a merrier me!
Some people laugh through their noses
Sounding something like this "Mmm..."
Some people laugh through their teeth goodness sake
Hissing and fizzing like snakes
Some laugh too fast
Some only blast - ha!
Others, they twitter like birds
Then there's the kind
What can't make up their ...
... weren't tempted by anything - especially since any liquids over 100ml would have been confiscated before we got on the plane. I enjoyed a taste of a mature Scotch at one store but that was enough.
Once again we were able to get special assistance because of Angela's walking stick and boarded a few minutes ahead of the rest of the passengers. We were late leaving then had to fly around bad weather but managed to make up most of the time before arriving in ...
Thunderstorms and freak lightening made this weekend a little rougher than the glorious Wimbledon finals weekend of last year where I nearly died of sunstroke but the women's final was just as awful! No crying by Lisicki this year but still an ...
... where is everyone? Does no one drive to work?
Being in a hostel filled with mostly Europeans and the FIFA 1/4 finals on in the middle of the night I did what pretty much everyone else in the hostel did and got up in the middle of the night to view the games. No Canada is not playing- while the most played sport in Canada is actually soccer we don't share the world's fanaticism with it. But when in Rome...
So after a couple ...