Fremantle, AustraliaFebruary 9, 2015 in Australia ⋅
Our final stop in Australia was in Fremantle/Perth, which has the distinction of being the most remote city in the world. Having said that, Fremantle certainly makes the most of what it's got. It is considered a suburb of Perth, but it held our attention for 24 hours without us feeling as though we wanted to make the train trip into Perth. It had some very lively night life, "cappuccino" row and a very interesting maritime museum. On the advice of one of our favorite staff members Guarev, we had some of the best Indian food ever which helped to negate the worst fish and chips ever.
The first photo below is Mr. Napkinhead (Jim) who celebrated his birthday a couple of days ago.
We are now headed north in the Indian Ocean with a following sea, leaving the organized and English-speaking Australia for our first stop in Indonesia which is Bali. We enjoy looking at the Southern Cross in the night sky and are headed into much warmer temperatures as we get closer to the Equator.Read more