I have already said that we went out for Italian Saturday night and by the time we came home Hiro was looking very tired. I think that the late night Friday at youth group and the intense week of study was catching up with him. The Extrovert had hoped that they would both get up early on Sunday morning and head to church as The Extrovert was taking The Thinker's rostered spot helping out in Children's Church. But we told him to just let Hiro sleep until he woke up as he really needed his rest. As it turned out he must have been really tired as he almost missed breakfast. He then asked if he could stay home and study for the morning so The LOML and Hiro spent the morning at home.
That afternoon we had planned to take Hiro to Fremantle for a look around the markets and stay for fish and chips with friends at a place right on the water. My mom collected The Thinker from camp and after he had showered and cleaned up they met up with us. We wandered around the markets with The Princess after sending the boys off on their own and tried to find something that wasn't the usual run-of-the-mill touristy gift for Hiro's parents. We found a little shop selling prints and originals by a local artist. They were somewhat quirky designs and we bought his parents coasters featuring Aussie animals.
|A photo of their gallery|
|Wandering around the marina.|
|The Princess and The Extrovert were first into the water!|
|What would a beach trip be like without writing in the sand?!?!?!?|
|The Extrovert and Hiro wandering along the beach|
|Looking through the old jetty. The Extrovert is running towards us.|
|The Extrovert being silly|
|The Princess playing too.|
We bought a family plate of fish and chips just for our four kids (four fish filets and LOTS of chips) while The LOML and I had snapper and chips. It was sooooooooooooo YUM! The kids polished off all theirs quick smart. The three girls at the back hardly made a dent in theirs LOL. My four definitely have huge appetites.
We went home later that evening after another quick trip to the markets for The Thinker to get some morish nuts (nuts covered with caramel). This was a very close to perfect day.