Photo Gallery: Hillarys Boat Harbour

Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of Hillarys Boat Harbour. Above – Hillarys Boat Harbour seen from Sorrento Beach. Hillarys Boat Harbour Clothing stores to souvenir shops. There’s lots to keep you interested. The British Lolly Shop – everything for the sweet tooth! The Boardwalk beside the Breakwater. Many of the restaurants have […]

Hillarys Boat Harbour

Follow us on Facebook! There are a number of small harbours up and down the coast of the Greater Perth region. The largest, of course, is Fremantle which is a major port. The smaller ones mainly serve pleasure craft and a number of those are tourist destinations as well. That’s the case with Hillarys Boat Harbour, […]

Photo Gallery: Downtown Perth – 2

Follow us on Facebook! Here is the second part of my downtown Perth photo gallery. This one covers the Stirling Gardens to the waterfront. Janis and Sarah with the statue of Alexander Forrest at the entrance to Stirling Gardens. Brass kangaroo has a drink at the top of the Stirling Gardens My friend the kangaroo and […]

Photo Gallery: Downtown Perth – 1

Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of downtown Perth. The Murray Street Mall looking toward Barrack Street Elevated walkway along Forrest Place. Shops line this walkway which becomes an overpass to Perth Station. Interesting sculpture at Forrest Place The old Western Australia Museum with children’s aural park in front of it. Close-up of the […]

Downtown Perth

Follow us on Facebook! With a population of just over two million, Perth is Australia’s fourth largest city as well as the largest city and the capital of Western Australia. It was founded in 1829 as the administrative center for the Swan River Colony. Today it is a bustling modern city that headquarters most of the […]

A Snug Little Harbor

Follow us on Facebook! Chania, Crete was our fourth and final port of call on our Mediterranean cruise in 2011. As is always the case with cruises, there were a variety of excursions available, but we opted to explore on our own. We do this in about half of our ports of call and always come […]

Phuket, Thailand – Sunshine, Shopping and Sleaze

Follow us on Facebook! Note: some of this travelogue includes discussion of the sex trade in Thailand. If that may offend you, after the picture of the masseuses, skip to three paragraphs past the picture of Patong at night.  Our fourth port of call on our Southeast Asia cruise was Phuket, Thailand. Our ship anchored out in Patong […]

Singapore’s Chinatown

I was surprised to discover that Singapore had a Chinatown. Since most of the people are Chinese, I figured the whole city would be one big Chinatown, but that’s not the case. The city is a vibrant modern city with giant skyscrapers and shopping malls – lots and lots of shopping malls. Chinatown is more […]