Ibis Styles Perth
Travel Blogs from Perth
Short bullet notes:
# 5.4 km run along Margaret River Heritage Trail.
# Cowaramup to photograph the village's cow population and visit the Margaret River Regional Wine Centre.
# Yallingup Galleries.
# Yallingup (beach).
# Cape Naturaliste (flies and dragonflies, but no whales!).
# Busselton …
Sehr viele Sehenswürdigkeiten gibt es nicht in Perth. Dennoch haben wir es nicht geschafft, alle zu sehen. Stattdessen haben wir lieber lange geschlafen -
Die Müdigkeit konnte nicht von einem Jetlag kommen, denn von Taiwan nach Westaustralien gibt es 0 Stunden Zeitunterschied.-, zur Mittagszeit gefrühstückt und danach eine kleine Runde gedreht …
... I was in the exhibit I experienced such intense sensory overload that I’m convinced my brain was on the verge of explosion. The sounds to be “seen” weren’t exactly peaceful. Most of the displays featured high-frequency pitches, harsh, and intense audio. Pair those sounds with an image, and your brain is doomed. As I was hearing/looking at one piece I was entranced and so fascinated, but at the same time my mind was telling ...
On our way home
So this will be my last blog and by the time you read this hopefully you will already have your children home!
I am currently on the plane home. We have had a massive day today. We started off with breakfast where we said thank you to the Eaglehawk staff for all they have done for us – especially with the great food they cooked us. McTigue said thank you to the staff and they said thank you back for the great manners.
... up to the Roundhouse. It is the oldest building in Fremantle and was built as a prison. On the seaward side of it is a mast with a range of flags there is also a cannon which is still fired at 1:00 pm each day. It was originally fired to enable ship cress to set their times accurately. After lunch on the foreshore we visited a market in old storage sheds at the port. Then we did two ...