Kings Park Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
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... and also to see what was the largest submarine base in the southern hemisphere in the second world war.
Our evening was another cruise on the river but mainly for food and drink. Very good affair with plenty of both available, Our table of 6 was the noisiest apparently and I suspect having consumed 6 bottles of wine perhaps the booziest.Luckily Glenna had already decided she had done enough walking so we had a taxi there and ...
... aus could compare to the times I had there! One night I went out with Bron and a load of her friends for her boyfriend Marks birthday. They're all in their 30s so I was the youngest there and it was all quite sophisticated and I felt a bit out of place. I got a lot more comfortable when I smoked some weed with her 60 year old hippy dad in his van though! Haha it was hilarious, I went back into her place high as a kite laughing at everything and probably making a right fool of ...
Visited Vancouver, Canada, took the train to Seattle to see friends and family, hiked in Olympic National Park. Spent three weeks in Portland enjoying the absolutely stunning Pacific Northwest summer by going to farmers’ markets, hiking, kayaking, bicycling, catching up with good friends and eating at my favorite restaurants. I visited Bubbles and Poppy (hippos) at the zoo. I was technically also trying ...
... to either go into storage or into our backpacks for carting around the world with us.
So, homeless and unemployed (in Graham's case), we are now in a holding pattern waiting for 1 January when we board the plane for our big ...
... These family shena****ns continued through to the wee hours... Let's just say a bottle of sambuca was involved. UGH. The rest of my time in WA was spent either frolicking some more in the pool with the new slide (WOOHOO) or venturing out and about with Laura, who was kind enough to drive me around and take me to nearby chilled-out Fremantle to see the market and beach here, as well as into Perth city centre for a wander. I absolutely LOVED the hidden, ...