Tradewinds Hotel Fremantle
Travel Blogs from East Fremantle
Up, odd dreams - I do seem to have a habit of having dreams at sea, I guess it is because I get woken up by the movement of the ship, but dreaming about one of the deck officers being a surgeon debribing a wide local incision I'd had on a skin cancer taken out of my leg in France, because there was no beds for me to transfer to in 2 hospitals we'ed tried in the NHS including my own - explain???! He was rather skilful - it didn't hurt! Back to ...
Early paper work with Steve, sorting and sorting, thing we are never going to get there. I had a sort of romantic notion that maintenance, would give me the time to sort out the medical purser world, go through all the medical kit, time to stock take all the drugs, medical supplies, prom trad etc etc - no no and no, just trying to get the place liveable in for people ...
Sunday is a day of rest unless you have a ship to make ship shape in less than a week! Cleaning and sorting all day, but one big job was to get all the clean laundry - blankets, duvets, pillows, bedding, curtains etc. it was not raining for once, so I got the car to drive the 150m ish to pack it up and drive it back. The interesting part was 'breaking on board' ...
The day did not go quite to plan. Up early for all, out of barracks for last time bye 06:00. Off the Henderson dry dock, for last time, to leave at 07:00. Everyone on, me and Cate off (driver again). Nellie got pushed gently onto boat lift to go back to sea. On she went, then down, down, down, getting deeper in the water as Cate and I watched. After a while we heard the creak creak creak of the winches taking her back up ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
good, nice bar and restaurant
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