Rendezvous Grand Hotel Perth Scarborough
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to Western life once again. Finding the best watering holes in the Northbridge area of Perth, it was then decided… we could easily live in Australia. Pub grub, a few beers later and some amazing acoustic music, we grabbed the last train back to Ramsey Street and called it a night. Day 2 of missing luggage and with Kate becoming increasingly smellier, still no luck. So we made the most of the situation and headed to Kings Park ...
... on sleep and enjoying breakfast and lunch, we arrived safely into Perth and were greeted by our gorgeous family. We had been to many places over the last 6 weeks but the faces of our family greeting us at the airport were the best!! Thanks to our God for bringing us home safely. Now we are home we can't wait to have you all around for a slide night to show all of our 4,000 photos we ...
... swell hitting the reef in the centre of the beach at 8 .30 am. Had some breakfast and watched the surf for another hour or so before turning around and heading north for Busselton where the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere is. (2.1km) When we got here we found that the Australian Ironman contest is being held this weekend. Expecting tens of thousands of spectators and athletes to start arriving from tomorrow ... Time to make ...
... head in shame - but I gave it a good try and went home happy that finally I had found somewhere that could make decent cake. My second notable Perth mention is actually from a library training day that I attended run by the Western Australian Schools Library Association (WASLA), an unexpected addition I know, especially when I think about the food provided back home at these things. However 11 'o' clock came round and oh my goodness me there was a cake buffet, two tables full of cake ...
... Apparently the salaries are pretty high here, and I've read that the minimum wage is $15.00. And you don't have to tip in restaurants, so that helps a little.
Here are some more of my impressions:
Western Australia: Love what I've seen of the capital city of Perth. Doug has a colleague here who we had the pleasure of staying with. It's known for its wealth in the mining industry. Also, really enjoyed our time in the small town ...