Joondalup City Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... mungry' we got our orders in and soon wolfed down the onion bhaji starters in no time at all. Being in the centre of the room, it was not hard for everyone else sat around us hear our bad boy banter and girlie giggles throughout our time sat at the table. I ate the pea & mushroom matti dish and Andy ordered the rich red goat curry which was surprisingly sweet and tender. Jo's lamb biryani was a little too spicy for her, she struggled with a sweat sheen appearing to glow up ...
... shin and panicking a little tried kicking it off hoping it was only seaweed, but it kept following me for a bit until I jumped on board and got over the waves rolling in. I nearly reached where the boys where and I heard their excited calls to each other a biggie was coming, I sided myself ready to be able to turn but it came up from nowhere and spun me in, but somehow managed to get on top for the last frothy ride to shore. That was it for me, done in by a dumping ...
School was on the road as we drove inland to go to a Gravity Free Science Museum/Investigation Centre but can you believe it; when we got all the way there, it was closed for 'burning off". We tired calling their number but no answer. Dissappointing.
So, we came into Joondalup and returned the Library books from Geraldton. What a great system ...
... we seem to have judged temperatures incorrectly. AG is wearing shorts.
* En route and from the aircraft window we catch sight of what we think is the Blood Moon. It was due to occur on 7/8th October, this evening is 9/10th October but we are in Southern Hemisphere. Does that make a difference to sighting times? Or maybe the colour we see is a dilution of the previous evening's Blood Moon or maybe it is just the moon’s ...
... 100% we retreated home and at 3.00 Rob ventured out on the metro to explore places not yet visited. This was an experience,coping with the system but it is very simple once you know how. It is colour coded and the maps are everywhere. The problem was changing lines at the station. You walk miles (sorry, kilometres) or that's how it feels. Not many escalators but plenty of steps. Tonight we are meeting two Melbourne based ladies off the tour for dinner at the Square and then an ...