Hay Street Backpackers
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... number 24 at The Alderney. It was fantastic, with a separate bedroom, lounge room, bathroom, kitchen, balcony and utility room. We unpacked our things and then head into the city on the Red Cat bus to go food shopping. We got supplies in for the next few days, stocking up the fridge! Back at the apartment we made use of the heated swimming pool on the mezzanine ...
... upkeep of the wonderful array of open spaces. The BBQ's are cleaned every day, grass is never log - even in the rainy season - take a peek with me!
... was on the 4th floor and there were no lifts in the building so we crossed it off the list. We attended a second open home at 5 which was a beautifully decorated older town house. It had potential but wasn't quite large enough for what we wanted. The bonus was it was the very first presentation so we enjoyed a glass of wine and delicious cheese as a result. Friday Regan went to work helping our Phil's uncle Sammy with some ...
... Perth unscathed and surprised that the water pump leak has fixed itself and the car has not used any water. We are optimistic now! Tonight we had our first briefing, mostly safety stuff and logistics. The interesting information was on the history of the rally. 5 years ago the rally started with 38 participants, now it has 500, plus all the volunteers and organisers. Crazy ! Kilometre tally- Dean: ...
... a family life. I thought that the grown-up man was very brave to talk to the other grown-ups about this.
The next tour started and the same grown-up tour guide man showed more grown-ups round the womens prison, the towers, the hospital grounds and the theatre. How strange for a prison to have a theatre I thought. The grown-up man told the grown-ups about many escape stories and the ways that the prisoners who escaped were ...