Finally made it to Perth! I’m so happy to have discovered a fantastic website for things to do with kids in Perth, it’s given me loads of ideas. I’ve been roped in to the local community already, helping out with their sports club fundraising – aussie rules football is the big deal game here. Not so into it myself, but I’m slowly figuring out exactly what’s going on. In any case, somehow I’m spending most of my holiday so far organising a quiz night!
Gotta go! There’s things to be done! I’ll get to Broome eventually, these apartments in Broome look fantastic!
Looking for a new job, so I am going to check out Gerard Daniels and see if they have any interesting positions.
Kuala Lumpur! Who would have known that in the deepest depths of strictly muslim Malaysia is a party city, where the clubs only ever pretend to close!!? The nights here have been crazy!
Wish I had an au pair with me so I could get out a bit more.
Hopefully next time I write to you will be from Australia!
It’s your friend Grey here. If you don’t know me, or you only know me from online, I’m from Boston and I love to travel. As a matter of fact, I’m about to head off travelling around Australia, which is why I’ve started this blog. I’ve got huge plans that I have to tell you about.
I had my heart set on partying in the beautiful expanses of north Western Australia, which means that the start of my trip involves a lot of flying. I arrive into Perth after a night of partying in Kuala Lumpur, only to hop on a flight that takes me 3/4 of the way back where I came from to Perth’s northwest. I’ve booked a place at sustainable Eco Beach for resort accommodation in Broome, as I figure I need to make some peace with karma, before I take a bit of a longer stay on the other side of town in a holiday home.
I’m then going to enjoy the complete opposite extreme, with comfortable-looking accommodation in Eagle Bay through Private Properties. I’ve got wide-open plans after that, probably to take in a lot more of Australia, or in particular the unspoilt beauty of West Australia; everyone heads to Sydney but it seems like the kind of natural beauty I’m looking for is basically on tap in Western Australia. Even the Perth Airports looks like it’s surrounded with bush.
I leave tomorrow! Wish me luck!