Hotel Ibis Perth
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15 - 20 March: We travelled 90km from Margaret River to Bunbury and spent six nights here before heading to Perth. We spent time checking out the city of Bunbury, the beaches and the Lighthouse. One of the tourist attractions in town is the Dolphin Research Centre, well worth the visit. We missed the Dolphin feeding but enjoyed the octopus and shark feeding.
A stay in Bunbury is not complete without a trip out ...
... days ago as our subscription was still valid with Sabbatical Homes. Looks like we may have a match at a really good rate. We shall see. Second and last rack of lamb today. Noelene came over to say goodbye and gave Caleb a watch to help him with all of the time changes on his ...
... could be satisfied and that took some doing.
Our first source of pizza intelligence was a taxi driver. We had gone on what the Albany Visitor Centre had optimistically described as a three kilometre walk from the Big Four Middleton Beach Caravan Park into town, but which turned out to be a six kilometre ordeal through Port Albany and the Caltex Petrol Depot, the AGL gas depot and various industrial scenes of great and awesome dereliction looking out over gorgeous ...
... but $30 for a sandwich seemed a bit steep). So we came to the conclusion to just get a large order of fries and split them - or chips as I'm not starting to call them now. I was thinking to myself "Oh man, splitting a large fry, I'm going to be so hungry still", but didn't want to spend that much on a lunch, so I decided I'd be okay with it. Considering the portions here are significantly smaller than in the US, I was not expecting to be satisfied ...
... great for an added laugh! The ride started with a burst of speed for a few minutes to get us through a choppy patch, and then into The Basin to point out the most popular swimming beach on the island, and then we were off to check out the wildlife. There was a small rocky island with New Zealand Fur Seals lounging around (cheeky tour guide says "like any other New Zealanders, they came over here and realised how much better it is in Oz"), and then another little island with ...