Before leaving Fremantle on a cruise round the north of Australia in June, we found the Wyndham Outram Perth the perfect place to stay to catch up with old friends from our time in Perth over thirty years ago.
We flew in on Sunday night, I lost my wallet at the airport then recovered it an hour later after a taxi driver handed it in.
On the way to the Outram, we shared in a dinner following a first communion, then were dropped at the hotel into which we quickly settled, finding the facilities even better than we had been led to believe from the description provided.
After breakfast downstairs on Monday, I was able to take the free bus from the door down town to get a problem with my camera sorted out in very short time, something very important at the start of a voyage which was to take in part of the Kimberley. Next a friend took us the short drive to Scarborough where we had a late morning tea, a bit of shopping, then a visit to our old neighbours in Wembley Downs. In the evening we took a short stroll to a nearby hotel for a very good meal with four friends.
Tuesday saw us at King’s Park, a matter of a few hundred yards away, where we had morning tea with a former work colleague and his wife; we were able to take in the view of the city and the Swan River as well as the beauty of the park which we liked so much that we were back there for afternoon tea with an 84 year old friend who had travelled by train from Mandurah to spend time with us.
Russell and Helen,
WorldMark Owners since 2007