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... Brisbane the day before. There had been storms, strong wings and hail stones. There were pieces of ice the size of golf balls and bigger falling on cars, denting bodywork and breaking windows. It was all over in about 30mins but probably caused million of dollars of damage. We went back to Adam and Jess's new house in Bahrs Scrubb. Really nice open plan ...
We left Perth safe and sound and the flight was pretty run of the mill until about 2 hours out of Abu Dhabi. For those of you who don't know Jasmin is a shocker as far as travel sickness goes (a bit like my big sister Jane Rodgers). Jas filled a couple of the sick bags and I don't know how Emily didn't go out in Sympathy as I nearly did. Just hanging in the airport waiting for our connecting flight. Stay tuned for ...
... research will tell you an anticlockwise route will have the wind at your back. We didn't and our two geared bikes were hard work. We sweated up the hills and enjoyed the breeze down. It turns out once you can go no hands, you never forget. About a third of the way round we parked our bikes and walked down to a windy Armstrong Bay. The only ones on the beach we sheltered amongst the rocks for a picnic. There's a giant but unoccupied Osprey nest about the size of a council ...
Ok, strap in we are go for launch.... Well I'm at the airport, its 9.20pm and I'm having a soothing cup of tea. Departure is at 11:35, so a little while to go yet. The airport is undergoing a lot of renovations - lots of coffee shops closed, or being upgraded, so have found a little nook for myself (Trevor has checked himself into ...
Set off for a wonderful day in Fremantle. Captain Charles Fremantle arrived at the Port of Fremantle on 2nd May 1829. He went ashore and "took possession in the name of the King". Fremantle today is a busy working harbour and international port for ocean liners and fishing fleets. Many of the streets have been named after famous citizens, sea captains, explorers businessmen and developers. Visited the Round House which is ...