The Sebel Residence East Perth
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... how poor they are, Indian people never seem to lose their will to help; to help you have the best time you possibly can, just because they are nice people. No not nice, lovely, lovely people who will go out of their way to help you even if it does not benefit them. Well maybe it does in another time ahead of us, whatever you give to the universe comes back thrice over.
India is a place of wisdom and spirituality, thank you India for a trip of a lifetime...
... line in some months’ time… so we ask and are informed it’s "The Queen’s Birthday". Apparently only WA observes this public holiday, which seems to imply that Her Maj now has three birthdays – real, official and WA.
So no dentist today though we do a rather expensive shop at a local Independent Grocery store which is open. We will work out which are the cheaper ones in due course. Our apartment has been an inspired choice and I’m pleased we ...
Arrived in beautiful Fremantle via the train from Perth station. After a walk round Fremantle markets and a large corn the cob and bratwurst, we headed to little creatures brewery where we had a dog days ale (very tasty). Just finished the brewery ...
... admired the stunning colonial architecture. Heading back to the house,we stopped by the bottle shop and supermarket, purchasing drinks and roo sausages for what became an epic barbecue and reunion with one of my oldest friends, her husband and children and my good friend who we had missed our pizza date with the night before. The following day we dropped Madge off and thanked her for being reliable for the 6500 kilometres we had covered, before being picked up by our good ...
... the size of the town and the isolation of it. We drove out of town towards Mapoon in which we had to cross the longest single lane bridge in the Southern Hemisphere, it is 1.1 km long. There are two boat ramps I think one is just for normal use and Evans Landing is where bigger boats ( and smaller) and maybe charters leave from. Apart from a cultural centre there is not much else apart from Woolworths , mitre 10 and a few other smaller ...