Bailey'S Perth Accommodation
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
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... to the UK – Paul is
We had friends from the UK over in April when we attempted a partially successful epic
road trip, but all that is to follow in the next blog.
We have a nice little routine now and feel very much at home here. We have been discussing
all our future plans and what is to come. We also know that no plans are fixed
and anything can change....
... completing the first coat on the decking before the sun went down. As we came to the train in Freo there were some strange coloured clouds which turned out to be from a bush fire inland and caused ash to drop on the deck and in the beers and amazing colours in the sunset. The roast was delicious accompanied by Woodstock Cab Sav 2004 which we had bought for C&S on a previous visit to Adelaide. An excellent and eventful ...
... in Australia, because on a previous trip, I saw the country as a land of two different worlds - the commercial, western world and the indigenous, aboriginal world. My first stop for a week and my first glimpse of the western world for six months was Perth, nestled in the south west coast of Australia and a seven hour plane ride from Hong Kong. I definitely felt a reverse culture shock and a strong longing to go back to Asia but that's what is interesting about this trip for me. There ...
... kids to play - maybe too much time in SEA with no English or French? The NAB Cup - the battle between the two local AFL teams is always a hard fought battle we learned. This was the last preseason game for both teams. There were 16k fans in attendance. A couple of older ladies behind us helped us get acquainted with the rules and scoring of the game. The field is huge and oval - who knew. One can pass in any direction by hitting the ball with one ...
... the train to Perth, and pointed us to the train station; 15 minutes away. It’s hot here, by the way. They often get up to 40C. Got on the train, with some useful help from an employee. $4.50 for a one way trip. Nice train. Light Rail. Got to see the countryside a bit. Then when we got off in downtown Perth, I launched us downhill, to the left, to get to Victoria Quay, where we’d get our tickets from some unknown company, ...