The Richardson Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... sand boarding for a total of two hours in the burning sun, boy now I really understand the true value of ski lifts, walking up those dunes is bloody exhausting. It was great fun though and we had definitely conquered the sand board!
Completely filled with sand and I mean literally filled with sand we headed for Perth. We decided to stay on a campsite first considering that a hostel was 30$ per person per night and a campground 38$ a night for both of us. The ...
... a record amount of alcohol that evening which says enough I guess ;-). Anyway back to more important aspects, namely our preparation for the Australian outback! We officially left P.D. on Thursday October the 9th. After saying numerous goodbyes to many of our new friends MJ brought us to our first stop Cairns which was simply a practical stop where we stocked up with water, food and other necessities considering that we were about to head into the remote outback ...
... our brains were fried from the heat, and perhaps the cocktails and wine, and we were in fact waiting for a bus that would arrive the following morning. We waited and whinged for about an hour (in which time I could have seen the sun set over the Indian Ocean and I still needed a shower) and then after ranting about the unreliable buses, grabbed a taxi. Because we were way too taaaaaard to walk. It only cost $13. When we arrived home, the cricket was on at the WACA ...
... because I was so hungry and it was too good! That night we all hung around bellies full waiting for our friend Amanda to come and pick us up!
Amanda arrived and we were so excited to see her! We hadn't seen each other since Paris. We got back to her place late but we stayed up and played board games and caught up on life. The next day was Melbourne cup which is a big deal in Australia. It's a huge horse race and everyone in the country gets the day off. ...
... Sunday was a wine tour to the Swan Valley area which is just north of the city. Sadly the chauffeur did a bit more wine tasting than the driving laws would allow so the tour turned into a "self-drive" tour for Grant who drove home via a visit to our friend Phil's lovely parents. Then an early start for our guests departure back to NZ. A lovely first visit just to get a taste of what Perth has to offer. I'm sure the feedback on "Tripadviser" will be ...