Quest Harbour Village
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... tackled the front verandah, the bits in the family room and Jan did the kitches. We'd run out of steam by 3pm and Jan had to get the car back for Malcolm to use, so I left as well. On the way home I called in to Kitchen Warehouse to get a replacement M&W caddy and then to Limes for bananas. Kailis had some nice fish so I decided to try a whole blue spot emperor - nice size and plan to cook it in foil in the WebberQ. Finally home ...
... around Castle Rock. Even through the weather was cloudy we still got great views from the top. Got to Albany to be informed by the tourist lady that The Gap and Natural Bridge (the 2 coastal rock features the area is famous for) were closed which was a tad annoying so we had to console ourselves which a stroll around Albany and some sweets (lots of sweets....). Also had a look round a replica of the Ship that brought the first Europeans to the area and did a Mona Lisa ...
... what they do to baby lambs, apparently, they keep the ewe's as they breed from them, and the males go to the butcher, they have two types of sheep, one for merino wool, which returns them $1.25 a kilo, and another for carpets which only returns them a miserly 78cents a kilo, must say that after hearing this I had chicken for lunch and a beautiful home made sausages, plus top restaurant side dish's.
The following day was rather sad, happy ...
... the park, he begged to differ ignoring the advice I'd already been given this morning. Consequently we got lost amongst the alternative style homes in the residential estate, necessitating a directional enquiry to a Thai lady who pulled up on her drive. Asking if we were on the right path for IGA, she looked at us as if mad and said 'are you walking it's quite a way', to which we replied yes it's about 20minutes and we are well used to walking about towns. She sent us ...
Fremantle (for its port) and adjoining Perth (for big business and far more populous) are bustling, rapidly-expanding cities. Lots of cargo ships off-shore taking turns to load and unload. Mining is huge in Western Australia north and west of Perth: plenty of copper, iron ore, nickel, oil. And let's not forget the sheep stations. These cities are the world's most isolated, being closer to Bali than to any other large Australian urban ...