Hotel Ibis Perth
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... called for convicts to be sent to assist in the work.Between 1850 and 1868 37 convict shipments came to Fremantle. In 1897 the Irish engineer C Y O'Conner removed the limestone bar across the mouth of the river to allow access to larger boats and the wind now known as the Fremantle doctor was originally called the Fremantle Docker as it enabled the sailing ships to dock, Enough trivia!!
We were met by a 'tram' in fact ...
... waves scare me and put me off going in which is a shame when the temp is reaching 45! There have been days where it has been so hot and disgusting here. Especially when you're wearing black and working in it. Thank god for air con! I haven't even really been out much in the city, there have been a few occasions where we went out in Northbridge but it wasn't that spectacular and really expensive. In comparison to our nights out in Asia it has been pretty ****, but I don't think ...
We've sold our house and moved into our temporary digs at the luxurious Chez Lange in Dianella, we've both finished work for the foreseeable future (well, the next 12 months at least) and are in the process of packing up our ...
... her traditional German Christmas), but I don't regret spending it down under one bit.
Boxing Day was the second day of BBQ-ing and drinking... Oh, it's a hard life. I was kindly invited over to another cousin's (Mary & partner Tony) lovely house where I met even more family members including her brother John, mum Ruth and her husband Chris. Thank you all again for being so welcoming as well as entertaining... I had a right laugh ...
... hour. The views from the window were very varied. We saw the ships queuing to get into Singapore harbour. Later we were travelling through cloud for ages, even though we were cruising at about 35,000 feet. Finally, we started to see thousands of square miles of deserted bush as we reached the Northwesterly point of Australia. When we landed, arrivals were very swift and we waltzed through the self-service part of immigration in moments. Previously, ...