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... Monday we caught up with Izzie for an indulgent lunch at the Bathers Beach Café. What a great spot! It was wonderful to see Izzie and find out how her life is, in the West. She looked beautiful and seems to be doing very well with her studies, her moped, her share house and work here, although she does feel the distance from the east. We will see her next in Bega in early October at her sister Penelope’s wedding. Tony supported the local pharmacy in Freo and I ...
... I were distracted by the announcement of wine tastings below deck. Just what you need at 11am!
Upon arriving in Perth we found ourselves lost in a maze of construction works (no, we weren't under the influence of too many tastings) but we found a way out and headed for the Museum and the Gallery for some culture. The former was a bit like stepping back in time with its collection of stuffed animals - the bison was most impressive. There was ...
... Persians, Alexander the Great, Israelites, Romans, Arabs, Turks (Saladin), Crusaders (Ric************* Heart), Mamluks, Napoleon (who murdered thousands of Muslim prisoners), Ottomans and of course the British in 1917. In 1936 the British Royal Engineers blew up homes from east to west, leaving an open strip that cut through the heart of the city and a fortnight later thought it was necessary to do the same from north to south (to curb an Arab revolt).
... from living in a van for the past two months we were pretty much bogan Hogans ourselves. We also hadn't done well in planning for life after Hydra, and realized almost too late just how much ground we needed to cover over the next two weeks, and how expensive one way car rentals are. Luck was on our side however, and thanks to our Aussie friends Bryce (who happens to manage a car rental shop) and Alex we suddenly found ourselves cashed up, ...
... another gnome. There are all different shapes and sizes. The site is managed by the council.
21 March: We left Bunbury and traveled 169km to Swan View, NE Perth . We left our van at Peter and Helen's during our stay in Perth.
22-31 March: Time to visit relatives in Perth and revisit some of our favourite spots in and around Perth. You can't visit Perth without spending some time at Kings Park to take in ...
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