Rendezvous Studio Hotel Perth Central
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So on the drive from Cervantes to Perth there was a sign to a 'scenic view'. So obviously in no hurry whatsoever we pulled over, parked up and didn't get to the scenic view point. Why? Walking along the path there were a few large mosquitos with black and orange bodies. It is important to note at this point esme had a tiny vest top and i was in shorts only. Thinking burgh I decided to wave my hat around as this has been doing a stirling job of keeping the flies at bay. ...
... is harsh, but with subtle changes in vegetation as you drive from one area to another. The ground is dry and sandy and we marvelled that so many bushes were able to grow. Along the coast, the wind blew ********tinuously and the trees were on a permanent tilt – the palm trees just had branches on 1 side! The temperatures were in the mid – high 20s so the wind was warm and definitely preferable to the interior where it was calm but then ...
... had lunch at the Oyster Bar right on the water then went exploring on our bikes before riding back into town for an ice cream and then back to the train station for the return journey to Perth.
We both loved our time in Perth for all sorts of different reasons. It was great to catch up with the Halley’s again, we had such a fun time with them, bike riding, the boys went kayaking a few times on the river not far from home, we visited Fremantle ...
... monster munch and other renown British treats. There were some cute boutiques with good sales on, but sadly for me & Jo the couple of things we liked they didn't have in our sizes. Heading out the other end onto the high street again we came across a golden statue, I couldn't quite work out if it was a real statue or one of those street entertainers waiting to have pennies put in the pot to put on a show. The last shop on the list was a visit to pandora for Jo, completing her ...
... many had warned us for the remoteness and heat hence our preparations). Besides the practical necessities we also spiced up MJ. He received a ski box which we mounted to the roof racks ourselves, allowing for some additional storage considering that MJ is not as spacious as the van Movi. The first 600km had passed and we were officially entering no-mans land, sand and bushes were basically all we could see and our first encounter with Australia’s large desert ...