Pier 21 Apartment Hotel
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... mecca for locals and tourists alike. Though the Brewery offers excellent lunch fare we had our stomachs set for seafood, fresh seafood, and so, over a Rogers Red Ale we pondered the selection and soon set off in search of Kallis Seafoods further around the marina and fronting the very large fishing fleet. Seems like a match made for us, fresh seafood with the look and smell of the sea right there. A really busy and very large restaurant, full of patrons and bustling with sound and ...
... On the walls of the church are written the Lord's prayer and the 10 Commandments painted by a convict. There was no paint available in the colony so he learned how to make the paint from the aboriginals and the inscriptions are still as bright and strong as 150 years ago.The tour included a look at the gallows complete with genuine hangman's noose and frightening trap door. John told us the terms 'pulling your leg' and 'hangers on' originate from the ...
Weather- low 20’s, windy all day. Had a sleep in after a long day yesterday. Caught the train to Fremantle. Had morning coffee on the Cappuccino strip in Fremantle. Visited some tourist spots – markets, Round House (oldest building in W.A.-built in 1830s as a gaol) etc. Had lunch at the Little ...
... time ready for the 11 hour flight to Doha. We managed to have a few naps, play a few games and eat! The service was amazing. They served us dinner, a snack and then breakfast! Although I missed my Air Asia Pringles and iced lemon tea!! I even managed to watch a movie, my second ever on a plane! Wow Doha Airport! Perth is almost there ......not! We wandered around the airport to stretch our legs before we ...
... WW2. From here we did a couple of trips into Atherton and Mareeba , the tablelands area is very pretty. Once we left Mt Molloy and started heading towards Cooktown the scenery changed again back to Savannah country. The drive into Cooktown was quite windy and hilly which I don't like . Staying at the Big 4 C'Park preparing for our trip to the Cape ...