Rendezvous Grand Hotel Perth Scarborough
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Wednesday morning was spent getting some jobs done on the van, a little cleaning and Brian was trying to sort out why the caravan batteries were not holding charge. A chap that pulled in along side us offered his assistance , the batteries are charging but not holding charge so it looks like we will be up for new ones. In the afternoon we went into Gladstone to do the necessary food shopping . Thursday we were up and into Gladstone by 7.45 am as the car was booked in to have ...
It's funny how life is so busy but you just roll with the punches. We have under a week to go before we hit the bitumen and drive off on another Aylmore adventure. Oh how I am looking forward to spending quality uninterrupted time with my beautiful family. The caravan is all ready to go! We just need to pack our clothes and fill the fridge and pantry and we are good to go!! Hooray. ...
... up with my Cousin David, his wife Lee and daughter Laura at Bunker Bay Restaurant for lunch. It was wonderful and very emotional meeting David after something like 50 years. Again there was lots of talking and catching up with family news.
On Sunday we toured the area with Sally and Andy. We were able to spend time in the amazing Yallingup Art Gallery, with its wonderful ceramics, sculptures, paintings, furniture and jewellery. Heaven for us – after ...
... to be there.
Mel took the opportunity to see a few places in Perth that we may have not see otherwise, by taking random freeway exits and exploring the reserves, lakes and rivers that are so abundant in Perth.
A few of the more impressive spots she found were Tomato Lake (what a name!) and the two rivers that cut through metropolitan Perth, the Swan River and the Canning River. ...
... chips to warm us through, before jumping back in the car and heading east from the coast. Julia guides us around UWA (University of Western Australia) being her old campus, which similar to reading uni boasts a large amount of green space. Our tour is swiftly wrapped up as we head back to let Julia head off out for ballet, leaving Colin, Nat and myself to sort dinner. Together we make a fruity lamb stew for mains, courtesy of Sue Holmes, and a large Apple pie for desert, which fills a ...