Cottesloe Beach Chalets
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well the year is almost over and it's been a busy one for us. It all started for us with a New year break in Central Otago in our caravan then back home to continue our preparation for the year ahead. House for sale, land subdivision, cutting firewood after the big wind of August 2013, and of course booking and planning our trip and beyond. February saw us finishing our employment, our annual trip into Abel Tasman National Park, a family wedding in Auckland, and packing. March ...
... in his Perth find and another state of Australia he has left our mark in history, Apologising on our return for our detour delay, Jo got on to finish the meal dishing up her delights when cooked. Explaining to Neil and Morgan what had detained us, Morgan was on the geocache site looking for how many are around them, encouraging Andy with another not too far away. Relishing in recruiting another, Andy was enthusiastic to enlist help to locate its whereabouts. We soon sat at ...
... a great Australian who has been travelling around Australia for 7 years with his American wife. He travels around with an enormous bus, boat and a trailer (carrying a car), besides he brews his own beer in the trailer! Of course we had to have a taste of that ;). Three whole days were spent in Coober Pedy, to be precise in the backyard of a gentleman named Gary. Gary decided to provide some space to travellers, allowing people to stay for $2,50 p.p. incl. power and shower. ...
... few short train stops up state and the nearest sea-side beach to Perth, unfortunately Andy thought the nice (expensive) boutique shops were by the beach but there weren’t any . Anyway the Beach house Bar & Hotel and The Indiana were great for a drink with beach and foreshore views. After watching the sun set behind a slightly cloudy horizon ...
... Also there are lots of ducklings, two black swans and a couple of black and white rabbits. One of the rabbits took to visiting us of an afternoon for a pat - quite bizarre (but soo cute).
Perth's Kings Park is amazing and we only really walked the main botanical gardens area. The view of town from the WW1 monument is breathtaking. After warning Juls about the state of her Haviies in Bali when mine blew out, her thongs finally gave up during the Kings ...