Monday, 8 April 2013

Leaving on a Jet Plane.


Yesterday was my last full day in Perth. I leave for London in a few hours, so have spent the past couple of days doing what I love most - on the beach, swimming in the ocean, and with a quick run up to the lookout over the river. I've had an amazing trip and hope you've enjoyed my posts. Here's a snapshot of my last day in my home down under...

I went up to Kings Park for a stroll - I always go here every time I come to Perth, just to get a photo of the skyline. It changes constantly and I always find it really interesting comparing the photos every time it changes.

Then I went down to the Floreat Beach by my old house for lunch...

On Floreat Beach is a cafe and restaurant called The Kiosk. I used to work here during my school days when it was Costa Azzura, and I loved working there so much. The owners treated us all like family, and the food was ah-mazing. Since it changed owners the food is still really good, but also super expensive. A take-away Calamari and Chips with a bottle of water came to around $18 (£13), probably the most expensive take-away I've ever had. Although tasty, I was a bit disappointed that the calamari wasn't as good as it was when Dennis used to cook it.










I'll miss you Perth, see you again next year.


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5 comments

  1. Can you bring some warmth back with you and a bit of sun if there's room in your case?!

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  2. Ahh how lovely that you got some sun! :)

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  3. Yeah i agree, please, please, please, bring back some warmth with you. We need it over here.

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  4. I'm loving these posts, I cant wait till December when we fly out ( although not looking forward to more long haul flights :( ) xxx

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  5. Hope your journey back wasn't too painful, nor the shock from the chilliness that is STILL going on here!! Oh how I wish we had days like that here in Blighty...! x

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