Joondalup City Hotel
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Well kinda we have managed 20mins up the road for a stop at BCF store. It's take 2 weeks of packing and shopping but we have finally hit the road on our first WA camping adventure! First stop Bee Keepers reserve Jurien Bay. Our trip took a detour when the GPS took us East inland before heading north. We had a lovely drive through very ...
... showering and tidying up while we finished off the last bit of packing, we went to the Royal on the Waterfront for one last drink and look at the Claisebrook Cove bridge lit up at night. We are flying at 11:30am our time to Melbourne tomorrow, landing at 5:30pm Melbourne time. We will definitely miss Perth and all the time we spent here. It's definitely not something people should leave Australia without seeing. On to the next ...
The Camino or The Way of St James can take many routes but I am going to do the most popular ... the French route ... which commences in St Jean Pied de Port (France) and ends in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) where tradition has it that the remains of St James are buried.The journey is 800km in length and I am hoping to complete it in five weeks with one day's rest in Burgos.
... was fascinating. The current price to buy a lobster in the area is $85 a kilo but they do not cook theirs - they live export 98% of the catch. There are 150 fisherman who own the cooperative and bring their catch to the factory. The lobsters are caught, processed at the factory, transported to Fremantle before being flown to China and Japan - so from sea to plate all this happens within 36 hours - amazing. The factory turns over about $300 ...
... fence. Surrounded by Fremantle fans but they're friendly and the bloke in front sporting a purple bowler hat is hilarious (purple is Freeos colour).
And the Tiges hold it together all game, never losing the lead. It's a miracle. Not until the Dockers fans start leaving with 15mins to go do we relax and start to celebrate. We even get to tap the hand of their star player as they do the victory lap.
What a night!