Jill and I briefly inspected the closing down sale at Fremantle's Myer department store yesterday morning. The final day will 20 January. The place was busier than it had probably been for years, but we didn't buy anything. Instead we continued on to the fishing boat harbour at the western end of the port where we partook of lunch at the Kailis fish and chippery overlooking the waterfront. Here's a pic I took of my darling wife Jill. I sure am a lucky guy.
Fish and chips at Fremantle
Fish and chips are one of the most popular tourist attractions in the port, and in our opinion the best are cooked-up at the very busy Kailis facility. The blue boats in the background belong to the Kailis fishing fleet.
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