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Another day of around 33 degrees it is getting a little tough to take.
Today started with a trip into Darwin to see the WWII oil storage Tunnels. These were built in 1943 after the Japanese almost destroyed oil supplies in 1942 and served as a means of protecting our oil supplies from enemy attack. There were ...
... Unit. It is really nice and we enjoyed the big TV for a while; especially the boys!
Moff and Mez got to go out with Nannie staying in to babysit- what a treat. The Gurrumul Concert was on as a part of the Darwin Festival. His concert was terrific and we enjoyed the talk time with Lyn and Wayne. ...
... help. In Asia, you have to kick most sellers, so they get up from the TV or from sleep. That you say thank you to the bus driver, when getting out, I have also to learn. At least I don’t need to give applause like in the tourist flyer, when he can stop at the stop. Nice is that you can throw the toilet paper in the toilet. Luckily warned on the milk carton, that it contains milk!
We feel also boring because we have nothing to do and must ...
We then walked the rest of the park which was about 3 kilometres and saw dingos, a whipray, some huge barramundi and lots of birds. It was warm but a nice walk as there was plenty of shade.
After a quick look around the shop we headed home at around 4:00.
Stephen cooked sausages and rissoles on the BBQ and Narelle made the Asian noodle salad for dinner and then it was showers and bed for ...
... day we treated ourselves to an Indian called hanumans which was lovely. I enjoyed going to east point, the beaches were lovely there and crystal clear, Other than that we just enjoyed the city and relaxing by the beach and enjoying the wave pool! The wave pool was good as they had Showers which we used over our week stay in Darwin to keep clean! We also visited croc cove where we saw our first ...