Finishing up in Perth, walking one more time around the city, From Northbridge down near Yanan Square, following King Street to the Rio Tinto Building, over bridges to Elizabeth Quay, then over to Barrack Square, back through London Court, taking the new connecting bridges from Carillon City to Forrest Chase Square to Perth Train Station to the Art Gallery of WA (Western Australia – Not WA (和) the Japanese cultural concept of “harmony”).
November has been cold for Perth, one of the coldest on record. Last year, we experienced one of the coldest Octobers on record. I guess we are just lucky. Nothing even close to freezing, but most places are set up for sizzling summers in 35-40 deg C range (95-105 deg F).
One last restaurant to try was the Annalakshmi on the Swan at Barrack Square by Elizabeth Quay. It overlooks the harbor, serves Indian buffet everyday. Patron’s pay what they feel. I just took a small spoonful to taste and yet was stuffed. Walked all the way up to Northbridge afterward.
This place exists in a central tourist spot with a beautiful view. Knowing that there is a place like this just inspires me. I was happy to pay what I felt.