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- Swimming pool
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... was the most impressive of the day and the most powerful waterfall we have seen for a while. We couldn’t swim here because there was a chance that salty crocs were present – the pool at the bottom had flooded and connected to the rivers that the crocs live in so they could come and go as they pleased. In the dry season, they clear out any stray crocs and allow the tourists in. After a BBQ lunch at this spot, we left Litchfield and ...
When I tell people that we spent ten days in Darwin I normally get asked, 'Why did you stay in Darwin for ten days?' I don't blame people for asking because as lovely is Darwin is it isn't the type of place which will keep you busy for ten days. So let me tell you the reason why we did stay in Darwin for that long.
Well our stay in Darwin was ... free! Yes free!
We were able to stay in Darwin for free because our time there was ...
... truly over by this stage, so from here on in we didn't have too much trouble finding accommodation. We had to travel along 15 km of dirt road to get in to Crab Claw Island Resort, which isn't actually on an island, it is just the way the resort is named. Unfortunately there was no swimming at the beach here due to crocodiles, but resort pool is right on the sand so this was almost as good! After we set up camp Jase decided ...
... out that the main thing people like to do in Darwin is drink. The Main Street is called Mitchell Street and lined with bars, the main ones being Monsoons, Wisdom, shena****ns and the tap. I'd bought a bottle of red which I had a few glasses of at the hostel with a few people but avoided going out for more than one drink as I wasn't supposed to be on holiday anymore. A group of English guys had a TV in their dorm and a hard drive with hundreds of films so I had ...
... 8217;s worst recorded natural disaster. It is very eerie to enter the sound room which is in complete darkness with only the sounds of the cyclone all around you. There is also an exhibit featuring Sweetheart – the Top End’s most famous croc which is over 5 metres long and quite scary when you stand beside it to see just how big these prehistoric predators get!
We also went for a stroll along Stoker’s Wharf which has ...