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... in less expensive places and large mixed dorms but I wouldn't have enjoyed it as much or felt comfortable I don't think. Overall I've probably spent around $250 a week on hostels so maybe around $1000 for my whole stay which is pretty crazy! That would have lasted me 2 months in Asia! So now I am nearly poor and depressed. My last stop in Perth was Eds place for the weekend. We went out on a Friday for his birthday, we made a trip to the casino which I did not put any money ...
... shop....yeah we also saw a skunk in a pet shop, this was in KL.
So alarms went off at 4.15am and It took me ages to get to sleep last night.We each showered and dressed quickly and then packed toilet bags.Anita knocked on the door at 4.50am to say the driver was almost here. We go downstairs and load up and feel sad that we are leaving KL and that our holiday has come to an end. We really should have just taken a couple more days and come home on the weekend, oh well, we ...
... mornings. Brad and Jack went in the water and Ti and I just soaked up some rays. When we got back Serena and Justin were moving and we headed off to Perth for some sightseeing. We went to Kings Park which was beautiful and lush with amazing views over the city and waterways. We walked through different plantations over bridges and to viewing decks. It was really warm so the kids weren't keen on walking too far. If we didn't have them then I think we would have ...
... where Louis could pull frantically on the ropes. In the afternoon we met my friend Mark in King's Park, one of the most lovable place dominating the Perth landscape. At night Hugo accompanied us to the airport. We flew overnight in a Airbus 320 from Jetstar, that meant no sleep at all. But we had experienced so many great places that our heads had much to dream about once back at home.
... were slowly rising so we decided not to go further north than Exmouth/Karijini N.P. thus skipping Broom and Darwin. Furthermore, we agreed to leave the main sites on the west coast including Coral Bay etc. and visit these parts on the way back down to Perth ensuring that we would head to Karijini straight away. The plan was to make a loop and end back in Perth where we would try to sell MJ and book our flights out to Asia. After a very nice time with Movi, Saskia and ...
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