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... so many on one place for a long time. Behind that is a food hall which was a gem, a variety of different takeaway options and wonderful fruit and vegetables. There were some great buskers as well so all in all a great place to hang for a couple of hours. Our next step was the Newport hotel to watch the big AFL Derby match. The Fremantle Dockers were playing the West Coat Eagles so two Perth teams slogging it out. It seemed appropriate ...
... still serving prison sentences to other prisons and some of them are still in prison today.
When the tour had finished we got the train into Perth to say our goodbyes to Danny and Laura and have one last drink with them. We stopped on the way back to Fremantle to pick up dinner as me and Kane were cooking. We cooked spaghetti bolognese and it was the best Auntie Annie had ever had - Dad are you proud?? ...
... for a further week due to the non-arrival of our jockey stand. Just as well Steve rang to confirm the dispatch date of our jockey stand only to find out that it had yet to be dispatched in contradiction to what had been promised. Grrr. That really wasn’t what he said – we had to modify for censoring reasons.
A couple of times we had started out on a walk and ...
... Australia and is the most intact convict establishment in the nation. In1894 prisoners consternation of the 1km labyrinth of tunnels located 20 meters beneath the Prison. Water from the tunnels sustained thousands of people in the Fremantle area in the late 1800s. It was decommissioned as a maximum security prison in 1991, Fremantle Prison was used continuously as a place of incarceration and punishment for 136 years. In 2005 it was included on the National Heritage ...
... river going biscuiting, eating and having drinks at east Perth. Perfect day. I went with the storms and some of their friends to watch the wildcats (Perth's basketball team) play in the final against Adelaide, which they won. The atmosphere was incredible everyone was wearing red. I couldn't go to perth and not check out the city. Lots of shops to check out even though I didn't buy anything for myself. I Wandered through the botanical gardens which felt like I was in ...
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