The Richardson Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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After a good nights sleep the four of us headed out for the day. The temp was going to be in the high 20's so another perfect day in the west. We headed out in the hire car to the Beautiful coastal beach of Cottlesloe where we stopped for a coffee in a beautiful colonial looking building called The Indiana Tea Rooms with its stunning view of the beach and turquoise water, even saw ...
... about being a Jew and how it sucked that he never had Christmas - and if an old fat man came down the chimney - shoot the bugger. Russell Peters performance started with a video montage of his life - parents born in India, moving to Toronto, 1973 Russell was born in Mount Sinai Hospital and lives in Bramalea !!! Not even Brampton - before the merge. As Christine was in Catholic school, they did not cross paths but still. Peters entire show is basically ...
We decided to get a hurry on today, there were still a few things that we wanted to see south of Perth, but we decided that we were close enough that we could backtrack to them later. Russell's brother Simon had been on holidays in America, and had arrived back in Perth yesterday. We're going to see him in a couple of weeks at the station he works on near Onslow, but why waste an opportunity! Their Uncle Ross was also over ...
... I didn't care I was loving it. That night I ended up sleeping with one of their friends, he was in his 30s and I did not find him attractive at all. It was a bit of a repeat of my time with sweaty monster but he wasn't sweaty thank god. But I felt pretty ****** the next day. I pretty much made myself do it with him because they had all gone home and j was left with him. I was still staying at Sharon's at this point so I had no way of getting back, and nowhere else to stay in the ...
... So we arrived in Perth and stayed at our good friends house. The easiest way to settle in a new town is with the fantastic assistance of friends. Julie managed to get her job within 6 weeks of arrival. Regan managed to get a postie job after 4 months but that didn't work out too well. The plan was to rent an apartment but due to the cost we ended up buying one. Nice and central and a completely different lifestyle to our Loburn life. We have bikes and walk a lot and ...