Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Fremantle - Perth (Australia) - Part 1


Quite a fulfilling Saturday (Mandurah CruiseKings ParkTaj Mahal Restaurant & San Churro), today we journeyed to Fremantle by boarding the train from Perth train station. 
A major Australian port city in Western Australia and located at the mouth of the Swan River, certainly there's plenty to do and see at Fremantle. With no plans whatsoever, it was basically sort of a free and easy trip for us. So, with the rest of the people after getting down from the train, we walked, we stopped at the shops, we continued walking and saw practically anything that attracted our attention, there we were.  













As we walked further up, we arrived at the Explorer's Monument where there is also the fin like sculpture, dedicated to Portuguese navigator Vasco Da Gama.

More on Fremantle in the next post. Stay tune peeps!!

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11 comments:

  1. It is more like Iam walking with u along the roads and visited fremantle. Nice clicks, waiting for more...

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  2. Hi Nava, if u dont mind can u remove the word verification, Iam getting it wrong most of the time and kicked out...

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  3. Thanks for taking me to australia. nice post Nava

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  4. HiPriya,

    Thanks for the request to remove the word verification but its sort of a protection mechanism, actually encouraged by blogger. Also to prevent spamming and to moderate the comments before postings. I can understand your concern but sorry am comfortable with it.

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  5. "The thought of carrying the tins all over the place held me back" - How true is that!! I always like to loiter around without even carrying my hand bag, hence I always carry a backpack, lazy me :)
    It was good to see and get to know Perth and it's old charm and in specific the famous Notre Dame.
    As always nice write up, Nava!

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  6. Very nice post Nava, you are best tour guide.

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  7. Agree about the tin cans, sure looks like collector's item (for people who don't stay there)

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  8. Very informative post... Loved the clicks Nava :-)

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  9. I would have happily bought at least one can...love the packing design:D

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  10. love the photos.... feels like going there...well maybe one day i will be able to go

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  11. Oh looks like an interesting place :) Seems like a weekend full of fun for you

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