Eden At Fogg Dam
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... The death adder sat there the whole time with it in its mouth, but the python started munching away, where we were then given some top tips about how to survive a snake bite. Unfortunately we had to make a dash for it as our 1PM dive time had arrived, where we got our swimmers on, grabbed the goggles, the GO-Pro and were lowered into the cage!
The cage is basically a transparent plastic cylinder, with a few slits in the side so water can get in, that ...
... with anti-aircraft fire, the port commander said, "Use the WW I ammunition first" … it was labeled “manufactured in 1917. Not for use in the tropics.” Well, guess what! We’re in the tropics. And it didn’t work. So they tried the WW II munitions, and they worked just fine.
They also got to eat WW I rations, but after they were about gone the quartermasters decided they needed to make some sort ...
... 8217;re all fantastically interesting people, who are friendly and approachable. If I meet somebody and get along with them it doesn’t make any difference to me who or what they do, they’re just friends – there are a lot of passengers on here who sadly don’t quite understand that. Nevertheless, more fool them, I’m here to enjoy my time on board with whoever I make friends with, be it staff or passengers.
Now we’re halfway through ...
... to rain. And boy did it rain. It was coming in sideways - it poured down! We saw the owner of the boat arrive and he sat down for a cuppa too - he said that there was no going out on the river in that kind of weather! Meanwhile the cafe started to fill up with more and more of us brave adventurers! We must have been being smiled on, though, because the rain did eventually stop and we did get out on the cruise. It was terrific. Not so many jumping crocs as I remember ...
... going to head straight to Darwin, where we were going to stay with a great life long friend of my mums, but as it was a Friday it worked out better for everyone if we stayed one more night somewhere before getting to Darwin. So we headed to another park called Tumbling Waters, which ended up being only about one hours drive from Litchfield, so we were in our site and set up by lunch time. This was ...