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... of crease ups. The cock in the bush caused quite a stir, rummaging around in the undergrowth and putting us off with each of its cockadoodledoos when it perched itself on the fence to watch us. It did take us some considerable time to get round the 18 holes with 6 of us rimming our balls all over the place, with a mid green phone call from Morgan at school having seen what we were getting up to and wanting to come home. With a final countdown by Bailey, the unrelenting winner ...
... the city many times before we just wanted to 'check in' and have a mooch. We wandered around the Malls for five minutes we don't like shopping so that didn't hold much interest.
Then we wandered down towards the waterfront, found a bus station and caught a bus to Kings Park. Now we were happy. Walking around the forests and the wildflower displays and admiring the view of Perth. Here we ate our homemade sandwiches ...
... to be in a noisy hostel, it is surprising how comfy a mattress on a floor is after weeks of hostel beds. Turns out though small children wake up very early ; ) My first full day in Perth was also my 31st birthday, the first time I have spent a birthday away from Sussex! So it felt a bit odd, but I had cards in my rucksack from my folks, my sister and brother-in-law, my beautiful Emelia, my auntie, the Ison's and flatmate Joe (who was ...
... dolphins and kangaroos.
It's easy to get used to the freedom on the roads after four days Down South. You can go where you want when you want, not having to worry about the traffic. We had been on roads where we hadn't seen another car for close to an hour. Unsurprisingly, approaching Perth came as a bit of a shock to the system. The traffic gradually got thicker, soon turning into traffic jams. Ah, the joys of city life. Long Black & Flat White, Road Warriors, were ...
... the "Perthtonians" say only tourists go - but I enjoyed the park totally. This is here where you can get close ...