Swanview Motor Inn
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... studio atmosphere as much at Curtin. At SIU there are 8 girls in our program; here there are 45. I do not know anyone. The class is so large, and everyone knows each other already, so I tend to sit over on the side by myself. With 45 students, studio does not feel as personal. The connection between professor and student is not the same (almost non-existent). I have grown to appreciate the size SIU’s School of Architecture. ...
... of wolves they just go all out trying to get the sale. What's different at the airport is that they all look meaningfully at you, smile and if you respond in any way, and I always do (more fool me), they are all over you like a rash, "Would Sir be interested in...?" Fortunately, it stops at the initial question, for them 'no' means 'no', although
I do wonder how long it takes to train them to accept that fact.
Did a whole lot of nothing this morning. It was quite nice outside so we went for a walk into the city to buy groceries. After a spot of breakfast the rest of the morning was spent on a couple of sofas in the Great Hall, it was really nice to not think about anything and just relax. .... We took a walk along Francis St. towards Northbridge Plaza after midday, the sun was shining and it was a beautiful day! Possibly the best we have had since being in ...
... in one piece - and took the train into the city, and then the free CAT bus out to Kings Park on the shores of the Swan River to enjoy the winter sunshine (should mention it poured with rain the night before!). Kings Park is enourmous, and I think we walked the length of it in search of Synergy Park with dinosaur sculptures around a lake, and then walked back up a clearway to the DNA tower overlooking Perth. Thankfully we found a bus ...
... we all enjoyed a delicious roast dinner with Lizzie and her amazing family.
We had such an amazing time in Perth and were lucky that we had fabulous weather so that we could really enjoy the highlights of the city. Kayleigh enjoyed her birthday weekend and we all loved meeting new friends and family as well as catching up with Lizzie. Unfortunately, Greg was away working, but we are hopeful to see him in Esperance.
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