Kings Park Motel
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to the Haunted House that was set up at the Village Rec room. It was put on by the Murdoch Malaysian Association. Well we left our apartment at the 7:15pm when this haunted house was supposed to start, but we were told it wasn't starting for another 15 minutes, which turned into 30 minutes. Once they were finally up and running, we had to wait another 30-45 minutes until actually going through this haunted house. After the group in front of us finally ...
We reached Perth on the 17th September to be warmly greeted by Darren's cousin Joel. She kindly offered her house and her back garden for us to set up our caravan. Then later that day we saw Jo and their three boys Kieren, Alex and Jack. It has been along time since seeing their three boys who are now all grown up. During our week at Joel and Jo's house their kids were at school and they had to go to work, so we did lots of sight seeing and ...
... into the city.
Feeling tired and exhausted, I went looking for the connect shuttle, I had to take an inter terminal bus first to the 3rd terminal, the bus was very crowded and it took a while to get there. I got off at the third terminal, found the connect shuttle and discovered that it was not due to go until 9am, it was now 7.20am. The driver was nice and directed me to where I needed to go, and also gave me a map. I then went to another bus ...
... and figures about the ground. We started in the Museum and then made it ur way through the private boxes, Dennis Lillee Club, Don Bradman Rooms, media centre and much,ugh more. Wandering out onto the hallowed turfed f the WACA was an eye opener as we saw home much of a run off the ground from the pitch to the boundaries. The West Australia Cricket Team was training and the boys got chance to go and have a look at the training session for a while. Leaving the ground we headed back into ...
... been changed. Not by an hour or two, not even three but by fives hours.
I spent the next hour (yes hour) on the phone waiting for someone at Qantas to tell me why given that this now meant a 8 hour lay over in Dubai and arrival in London at 6 pm (peak traffic time for the tubes) and basically us getting to our accommodation somewhere around 9 pm (instead of the very agreeable ...