Matt and Kym have totally spoilt us during our stay with them and we really are very thankful for everything. We awoke to this amazing breakfast on our last day. Currently Matt runs a Windscreen replacement business in Mandurah (in case you need one done!), but we encouraged him that he may want to consider opening a restaurant or at least joining ‘My Kitchen Rules’ or ‘Master Chef’ as an alternative.
After breakfast we headed to the beach for a walk. Originally the plan was to go to a nearby Cafe, but we included the two dogs Alfie and Rylie in the walk and Alfie was finding it a little hard to keep up. He provided a lot of entertainment though.
We also went for a bit of a drive to check out the Estuary and there are great playgrounds, boat ramps and fish cleaning tables dotted around the place. Also bike paths everywhere too. The Estuary was way bigger than I realised and apparently fairly shallow.
You could easily stay a while at Mandurah as there is much to see and do and only 40 minutes on the train into Perth. Thanks to Matt and Kym for opening up your home to us and for your great hospitality and genorosity during our stay. We really enjoyed our time with you and your family!
Col and I packed up our things and made the short drive to Fremantle, only an hours drive from Mandurah. We are able to stay in our van at my Cousins place, Raegan and Ken. Raegan kindly organised a catch up with my other Cousins who live in Fremantle, Janette and Rick, so we all got to have some time together when we arrived on Sunday afternoon. Was so good seeing family that we haven’t seen in so long, and again we are so thankful for Raegan and Ken opening up their home to us and making us feel so welcome. Col and I are both feeling very humbled by our families generosity.