Great Eastern Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cold and we put on our coats for only the third time this year. Its still around 20 C. If we took a day to meet everyone in Perth who we were lucky enough to meet travelling or friends from home lucky enough to emigrate then we'd miss our flight to Cairns on the ninth. Hayley (Previously Koh Pha Ngan) collected us early on Monday for breakfast and Aussie introductions. She'd found work photographing children and plans to stay until December. My eight eggs arrived with a pound ...
... impressed with the hotel both times we stayed there. This time we had a huge room with very comfortable bed. Well set out for travellers. Highlights are the free canapés and drinks in the Pan Pacific Club did not feel like any supper afterwards so went to bed and watched a film in great ...
... why the English accent is nothing unusual.
*Not only are we thousands of miles away from UK. Perth is one of the most isolated big cities in the world. The nearest big city to Perth is Adelaide and that is 2000km away. In terms of landmass Australia is the 6th largest country in the world. Distances between places can therefore be huge. WA is Australia’s largest state, covering about a 1/3 of the country’s total area. But it ...
... which was awesome. It played really good 90's r'n'b however it did get a bit weird towards the end with such hits as the vegaboys, five and god knows what else. It's seems like Australia likes it's cheese. Needless to say we had a great night with pretty decent hangovers. The weekend consisted of hanging out at a family friends farm and helping to clear dead wood for a bonfire. Half a day of hard graft followed by a bottle of vodka resulted in ...
... time for large portions of the day were simply a square concrete block, shelters were only introduced in the 1960's so if it was scorching hot or pouring with rain there was no where to shield from the weather! We also visited the chapel and returned to the cell blocks to see examples of how the cells had changed over the years which was interesting and to learn about the riots of 1988 that was a major factor in the prison being decommissioned in 1991! The stories that Janine told ...
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