The lunch at Burswood didn't leave much time for Fremantle. Martin said the weekend market closes at about 5pm so we hurriedly rushed off for Fremantle.
The weekend market had lots of stalls offering fresh fruits, veggies, jams, oils, coffee, bread, clothes, souvenirs and accessories among others. There were huge strawberries and even bigger custard apples! Interestingly, most of the fruit and vegetable sellers are Asians.
The town itself is a little sleepy as evening approaches. Check out the charming buildings!
The street itself oozed seaside creed. I think Singaporeans would drool over these tiles. :p Steamed? Chili sauce? Black pepper?
The sea front was a perfect place for an evening stroll and to unwind.
And to take a family shot too. :)
A small area with tall trees provided a green escape from the sea and concrete. It sure feels good to be free to explore and relax!
Chew On This:
I can't help but take a photo of the sign in the car park. Lol! Should Singapore adopt Rojak Floor, Chicken Rice Floor and Roti Prata Floor?