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I had sent a few emails while in Malaysia but got no response to them so I rang a hostel on arrival and checked into their last bed in a mixed dorm for the night. I caught the bus into the city the only other passenger a girl from Co. Fermanagh who gave me loads of tips for living in WA. At the hostel I checked in about 2am - spend an hour or so on …
... to Hannah, swooping for her face. We hope not to see it in the wild.
Up next is the Kimberley’s where Walt will face his biggest test yet, the Roadside assistance phone number is ready, the phone signal probably isn’t, however we’ve got a lot of water and pancake mix, so we’ll try not to make the evening news.
Today We Learnt:
When you see a road train, haul ass or get the hell out the way.
... have a bedside table yet.
Which resulted into a trip to IKEA!. And yes, I admit it, the only thing I love more than a visit to IKEA is the part when you come home and you can start putting the furniture together. Such joy! If there is such a job, I would be so happy putting IKEA furniture together for a living. It just makes sense. The result of this shopping trip can be seen in the attached pictures. No further explanation required, I should ...
... for jobs for us both too but no serious prospects on that front yet either. I applied for my tax file number (similar to NI number I guess) last night. Even though I have a work visa already, I need the TFN before I can get paid. Today we also have to go to the local Medicare office to register so we can receive cheaper/free medical treatment if we need it. Tonight we are meeting one of Jen's friends for drinks and food. $10 for a beer, $9-10 for a mixed drink. ...
This is the first day of our Australian Adventure and the only day we have for Perth centre exploration. As we wake, we're a little concerned that we won't have enough time to do it justice so we head in for 10am and are met with the impressive Perth skyline; skyscrapers fringing the glittering expanse of the Swan River interspersed by smaller, older buildings including the Governors House and the supreme Law Courts. Anticipation is ...
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