While packing for Australia I got an email from Chris along the lines of, “I almost died yesterday!” This has been a weird summer. Anyway, so I was trying to pack and having a hard time focusing on stuff and at one point I thought, “I probably need my adaptor but I’ve got a million other things to take care of and I don’t have time to sort out which one I need so forget it, the hotels always have them.” My Sony Cybershot T200 uses a lot of battery power when it’s on oh…all day long, so I knew I’d need to recharge it. Sure enough, the Sydney hotel had adaptors no problem. But in Fremantle, the crappy hostel did not. After I’d checked out my last day there I found one for about $7.50 USD, but by then it was too late and the last three days on Australia’s West Coast are light on the photos. That meant we couldn’t plug in Chris’ computer either so I could copy his to my jumpdrive, so right now I have no photos of the Swan Bell Tower or the other things we saw on the Perth Hop on Hop off tour. After that we walked along the river to Heirisson Island where we followed kangaroo tracks belonging to the island’s wild colony of Western Gray Kangaroos. A lot of stuff was closed that afternoon, so we had an early dinner in a cafe and took the train back down the coast to Fremantle.