I was awaken at 6am by the bright morning sunlight. Decided to take a walk and to find breakfast for the family. As I walked further from the hotel for not able to find open deli at the time, decided to locate the clinic in Perth train station which we have decided to bring Jaydon to see a doctor later in the morning. Despite walking about 1km from the hotel, the only available breakfast during the time was MacDonald. So it was MacDonald breakfast again on day 2.
After breakfast, I and my Bro-in-law walked about 2 blocks from the hotel to pick up our rental car from Baywater Car Rental. We rented 2 MPV (Toyota Tarago) and drove the car back to the hotel and manage to park at the side of the road (Sunday Free).
We check-out from the hotel, and we drove Jaydon to see a doctor located at Perth Train Station. We were thankful that it was nothing too serious despite having some wheezing from him the night before. Doc prescribe some antibiotic and Ventolin Inhaler.
Since most of the chemist not opened till 11am (found out after walking for 20mins to find one), we decided to go back to the hotel to meet up with the rest of the family before heading off to the nearest chemist to get the medication for Jaydon.
We left Perth for Albany at around 11.30am and reached Williams Wool Shed for our lunch break at around 2pm.
5 hours drive from Perth to Albany
On our way to Albany:
Pit Stop at Williams Wool Shed:
After checking on the map, noticed we have another 230km to cover. With the kids having fun (Playing “I See” game) in the car helps to break the monotonous drive to Albany.
Without long, we reached the beautiful city of Albany. My second time there with my wife, but still love the town. Check-in to our apartment at My Place Colonial. Nice ocean view from the Apartment at the second floor.
Photos at My Place Colonial:
Resting in the living room:
Bay view from our apartment
We decided to buy some groceries and cook our dinner that night. From the information gotten from our friendly friends at tripadvisor, we were told that IGA closed late in the night on the Sunday. However, our GPS led us to an IGA out of town (not knowing that there is one just round the corner where we stay). When we reached there, only did we realize we went to the wrong IGA, since it will be closing in 15 mins time. We grabbed the basket, and try to find as many groceries we can remember before the stall closes. Anyway, we did manage most of the thing we wanted, and did have an hearty dinner the night after the long journey from Perth.
Ladies preparing dinner for the night: