Kings Perth Hotel
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... it was our turn! Finally! Taking maybe three steps into the rec room and Annie is already screaming her head off from who jumped out from behind the door. Oh my gosh was that funny and this was only the beginning. Okay, so you could tell that this place was set up last minute, but what made it good was how the people working it were excited to scare people and Annie screaming at every little jump and scare. (It wasn't scary at all, besides one unexpected ...
... Some of our adventures in the city were a day at Hilarys Aquarium, a day at Kings Park and a day at Sci Tech.
One day Darren's Uncle Fred took us out sailing on his boat. What as experience for us all! Ross as you could imagine was very keen to have a go at steering the boat, so he took over the wheel as we entered the harbour. He carefully led us in making sure we got in safely. Another day we went out for morning tea with Fred and ...
... waited for a few minutes for bus 40. The bus 40 arrived and went into the city, a short journey. I got off where I needed to get off at and went looking for the blue cat. A blue line service that was also free. I found the pick up point and the bus came soon afterwards. I should have picked up the bus at a different point as it went all around near the river and then back out. The ride was smooth that I was falling asleep. I got off at the stop near the hostel and ...
... of the Perth train station and wandered to a pub for a lovely feed of fish and chips. Then back on the train etc..... for the return journey to Rockingham. Anita and I stayed at the shops and I got a hair cut and beard trim to tidy up for the weekends activities. On arrival home, I had a LLD. Very quiet night except Mick received a call from his local and he won the Fathers Day raffle - bonus! Quiet day tomorrow - not sure what we are going to do: we'll work something out! ...
... t seen. Joined the Great Eastern Highway at Clacline and picked up the Pipeline Trail which we had left at Merredin we followed the final leg of the pipeline to its source at Mundareing Weir and 'pump station number one'. Water level was down and we read that water needs to be pumped into the weir to keep the levels as such to be able to continue to supply Kalgoorlie with water. An interesting journey and ...