Pagoda Resort & Spa
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Nice place to stay, good pool
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... wasn't expecting to tow across 50 odd km's of gravel.
In 1 March 1846, a Benedictine mission to the local aborigines was started, led by the two Spanish Benedictines. The place was named New Norcia, after Norcia in Italy, the birthplace of St Benedictine.
The town of New Norcia has buildings in a Spanish style of architecture, along with some other historical sites. Among these are the two old boarding schools, St Ildephonsus' and ...
We enjoyed a nice coffee out before having lunch and dinner at Beth and Peter's. Great to see Gwynne, Beth's mum and sons David and Evan ( same ages as Blair and Reece) Had a few giggles trying to take selfies in the car when I realized I didn't have any photos of us ...
... a visit to the Bell Tower, located in Barrack Square by the Ferry Terminals. Luckily for us the weather changed and the sun started to come out so we could enjoy the 360 degree panoramic views of Perth City and the Swan River from the observation deck of the tower! We were the first two customers of the day, received a discount on our entry fee saving ten bucks and had the tower all to ourselves! It was amazing! Our Bell Tower experience started on level 1 in the bell ringing ...
... bar was a 20 min walk from the hostel, but with the temperature down to about 16 degrees, the walk was very nice. Pie and Pinot night was in full swing and at $20 per person wasn't too bad a deal given than a beer here is averaging about $10 per 425ml (less than a pint). The five bar was a great place and we had really friendly service there. We headed back early to get a full night sleep as we'd had no more than 5 each, ready for a full day ...
... lots and it made me feel a little bit sick, so I was very happy when it got to the island.
Next we got onto a bike! There are no cars allowed on the island, so to be able to get around, lots of the grown-ups took to cycling. It was very hard work for the grown-up as the island is a bit hilly, not big hills, but long hills, so the grown-up worked her legs hard.
As the grown-up cycled around ...