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... deal, and a more special trip at the same time. We saw American Sniper, which was a brilliant biographical movie, and then headed to my friend's house! Veronica is a friend from high school, and lives here now with her husband Shaun and their toddler Taylor. It was great to catch up after so much time, we've probably only seen each other twice in the last ten years! A delicious meal at the pub for dinner, and then a wonderful night at their lovely new ...
... I slept through the movie and then ended up passing out almost in the car. All in all a great day :) Day 6 (18th): What a weird day! We got up early to take two of the horse to the beach near Rockingham. We got a bit delayed because a neighbouring horse made its way into Belinda's pen and we had to find the owners. The horse beach was really cool and extremely crowded, apparently there are only three horse beaches in Perth and we went to the one thats open ...
... 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 ...
... by mechanised jousting knights. The whole street, especially with all its Christmas decorations up, looks like Diagon Alley from Harry Potter. There are lots of little shops and cafés, best shop though - Sweets of London - I purchased some Tunnock's caramel wafers as I had been missing them greatly, and Rob had never tried one before! The Cultural Centre which sits just beside the train station (on the opposite side of the station to the main city centre) and before ...
... lots of new streets to walk, so many bars and restaurants within walking distance, and being a big city there is always something happening. A couple of weekends back we had a bike ride around the river. Usually a pleasant experience but not this time. We should've taken more notice of the weekends events as there was a fun walk in aid of cancer around the cycle route. We were cycling directly into thousands of people, prams and kids. Was very ...