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... and washed my hair for tomorrow. Relaxed for the afternoon and then cooked dinner, chicken Kiev's and roast vegs for dinner. We watched TV, rang Claire who was still crook also Flynn still crook with bad cold. Mucked around on Internet as well. I won an auction for an led light to replace the caravan one that blew the other day on ...
... the place. At sunset the hoard retires to the beach to watch the Sunset which was very spectacular.
Monday we visited the East Point Military Museum which provides an excellent insight into the Bombing of Darwin in 1942. We personally had no idea of the scale of the Japinese attack and the death and destruction it caused. This is well worth a visit.
On the way back we called for lunch at Darwin Sailing Club that has just the ...
... and Indah were keen to explore and swam to the centre of the waterhole. The water was refreshing in the afternoon heat.
Hiking to Sandy Creek in the afternoon was an easy 1.5km walk to the falls and waterhole which was empty except for us. Amazing! Although there was a moderate 4WD track and water crossing (which was great fun) to accesses the falls.
Taking the Reynolds river 4WD track was great the highlight being crossing the Reynolds River (North) which ...
Stayed around RV park in the hope of catching up with Ree and Terry Overton (ex colleague) but we seem to be on a different time schedule. Have arranged to catch up with them tomorrow for breakfast. Jan and John took us to Stokes Wharf where I have ...
6:15 am, an alarm for the first time. The usual hotel breakfast and then a cab to Fort Hill Wharf ($13). Bit of a photo shoot and then a walk up a gang plank without luggage as now it seems everything will be done for us. Safety briefings, such as alarms and life jackets after being
escorted to Room 404D, with access to the sunny stern deck through a door only 4 metres away. No siren, bell or whistle as we leave Darwin behind; just a few ...