Ibis Styles Perth
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Yesterday was mainly spent flying or waiting at airports. We did have a short time in Sydney in the morning, and as we sat in Circular Quay a hypnotist made a group of 20 or so people act as zombies, amongst other things. It was being filmed for television though so no idea if he really did hypnotise them or if they were just putting it on for the …
It's my second day in Australia, and compared to snowy Chicago, my god it is hot. I've walked around campus a bit, and it's pretty similar to being at ISU, maybe a bit more spread out, but other than that, pretty similar. I've been to the mall and grocery store, luckily there is a free bus that goes there and back from campus.
For the most part, all my roommates are great. Theres six of us in this apartment; theres 3 girls and 3 ...
... boats and homes around the marina spoke of great opulence but outer lying areas told a different story. We took a cruise on the harbour ostensibly to see dolphins but really it was to check out the magnificent homes. A morning spent kayaking on the Serpentine River gave us a dolphin experience we won't forget. We were amazed to see one of the creatures so far up stream and were intrigued by bow waves hitting ...
... Though it would have been a better trip without the little git causing mayhem and screaming in the carriage, but comical watching a stranger trying to put him in order when his mother sat like a wet lettuce doing sod all about her bogun boy in the making. Coming out of the station, it bought you right bang in the city centre and straight along the high street of shops. First stop was the Nespresso coffee store, one of the only in the area which sold the coffee capsules needed for ...
... live on the south side of the river, a bit like Glasgow being divided by the Clyde but with lots of marinas. I took the water taxi over to the city centre where the Christmas decorations were all up, and like all city centres the high rises building (mostly finance business offices) take over.
On my last evening with Clare and Ronny we drove out to one of the beaches for a meal and watched a sunset over the Indian Ocean.
Then it was off to ...