Kings Park Motel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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8.30am off to Perth to Liz's cousin Ian’s Dalkeith where we went to the footy and watched his middle son Liam play a game of footy, backed into the pack, so I thought he had a bit of ticker.
We met Ailish, Toby, Liam & Angus and had a coffee on the bay where the kids played together and was really touching to see Toby care for Ewan. ...
... previously used to, coming back to society, frightening!!!!!
We stopped at a park at Mandurah for lunch and watch Ewan getting chased by all the seagulls!!!!! Mate Mate Mate Mate Mate (for those that have seen Nemo)
Then to Liz's Uncle Rob & Aunt Heather. Kids well catered for with the spa and yummy dinner of pizza , we got seafood chowder (yummo). Afternoon of just catching up.
... night. I looked up our Wiki Camps app on the phone and found two free camp sites within the town. The first had a sign saying no tents or camper trailers, so we moved on to the next one, which I was glad about. This site was called Lion's Lookout and I could only imagine what wonderful views we'd have up there. When we arrived, there was no indication this was a camp site at all, it was just a lookout with a BBQ and gazebo in one corner and ...
... family, holidaying with Iain's family in the Bahamas over Christmas and spending a week on a Caribbean cruise over New Year, our epic UK wide road trip, Iain's opportunity to return to old stomping ground in Nepal, having the privilege to witness Nepalese people overcoming great difficulties after the devastating earthquake, wonderful friends and family coming out to visit us whilst we've been away, Bangkok night markets, the riverboat down the Mekong, Luang ...
Today my cousin Tony took time off work to spend the day with us. After promptly picking us up this morning, we travelled to Caversham Wildlife Park (www.cavershamwildlife.com.au) which is a private collection of native Australian animals. This was a great day out. The Park is clean, well organized and easy to navigate; and has some great interactive activities for all ages. The sheep herding/shearing demonstration was one of the highlights, and I ...