Well, bits of it.
On the first full day we all drove down to Mandurah where I took the pelican photos you saw last Sunday.
On the Sunday, R and V went to the football. They had to of course, the Fremantle Dockers were playing. And they won.
I was invited to go along, but opted instead to wander around Fremantle and catch the bus back to their home when I got tired.
I found the market stalls in the old storage sheds down by the docks and had a great time choosing a gift or two for R and V, a "thank you for having me" type of thing.
What did I buy?
With an attached clip to hook into your pocket. So you can always scratch that itch.
I know what you're thinking...it looks a little short.
Check this out>>
It opens from 16cm to 50cm. Long enough for anyone's back.
Well, maybe not for King Kong, he'll have to keep using The Empire State Building.
I took a few photos of older buildings near the docks, they're beautifully kept.
See for yourself....
And it's 123 years old. Not showing its age at all.
(I should email these to the Adelaide City Council....)
It belongs to the above Chamber of Commerce.
It's the cleanest and prettiest Backpackers I've ever seen!
The building, not the plaque.
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