Thursday, January 19, 2017

Lunch at the Indiana..



  Yesterday I took a good friend to the Indiana, formerly the Indiana Tea House for her birthday. You've seen the Indiana before but it's almost impossible to visit and not take photos.. especially when the sea is a stunning turquoise blue, so beautiful it almost makes one forget about the sharks :) Described as 'an iconic WA landmark located on the pristine white sands of Cottesloe beach, offering diners uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean from all tables'.. Is it just me or does this building evoke memories of colonial times! It was a sunny, cloudy at times 25C, encore today, perfect! Happy Thursday, take care and stay safe... 


31 comments:

  1. You found THE perfect spot for lunch. Lovely!

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  2. We have nothing like that in Naples or Bonners Ferry Idaho.
    And our weather is nothing like yours. Actual it the opposite..snow!!!
    Coffee is on

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  3. Wow, incredible I would be snapping many photos myself. Your friend is really lucky you took here there, and I hope it was a marvelous day! Happy birthday to your friend.

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  4. What a fine place for a lunch, Grace!

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  5. The Indiana is a beautiful design in a gorgeous setting. Yes. It does seem to have a colonial flavour. The arched tall windows and the corner features seem to connect with colonial designs.

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  6. What a wonderful place to take a friend for a birthday celebration. The images are really beautiful Grace and yes, it does have a colonial look to it.

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  7. Hi Grace,looks good! Today I've my first workday. Your post of the Indiana, you know ?, we first met there with Sami. ;_) And thank you for being ... Grace & P!

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  8. So long as a shark didn't invite himself to the feast. :-)

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  9. Very much like a colonial building, although it was only built in 1994. Regardless, it is wonderfully photogenic and a very pleasant place to lunch.

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  10. Wonderful place ! tu es une magnifique guide touristique, et tu fais vraiment aimer ta région...

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  11. I really enjoyed the Lemon Hair mural, The Anonymous Circle sculpture is rather centrifugal, & the Tea House has such an inviting look to it. You Rock!!

    Cheers

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  12. The Indiana is in a beautiful spot with great views!

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  13. It's a famous building which I need to visit someday.

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  14. Awww, such a beautiful place always, Grace.
    Except for the sharks, that is! Three times when we were there! Well, in Perth and such, not Cottesloe...

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  15. What a beautiful teahouse Grace so close to the beach, wonderful.

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  16. Love the building - great design and the beach is to die for. Stay away from sharks, though, 'cause they can do a lot of damage...we have lots of them in the Atlantic on our east coast.

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  17. That building does have a colonial look to it. It's gorgeous. Take me there when I visit Perth. :-). It looks like you had a gorgeous day to be by the sea.

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  18. Oh how I long for that beach today....Beautiful photos Grace

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  19. Krásné a lákavé. Takové pláže tady chybí...a také léto.

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  20. Such an elegant place in a gorgeous setting :-)

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  21. Looks like the perfect day and place! Enjoy your weekend!

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  22. It is a handsome old building. With no knowledge at all to back it up, it is the kind of architecture that I associate with Brighton on the southern coast of Britain. (Off to Google . . . )

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