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... aggressive, deadly saltwater crocodiles don't get you, the box jelly fish will kill you in minutes! Despite this, it has a very relaxed atmosphere and lots of cool and exciting things to do. The best part is, lots of free activities to keep you entertained. We all loved the free waterpark at Palmerston with a giant racing slide and the girls loved bobbing away in the wave pool in the city for the afternoon.
The Mindil Beach markets are ...
... boys off, I raced down to Fannie Bay, Sunset times currently are 18:40. Just made it in time and caught the sun as it popped its head out for the quick decent behind the horizon.
Headed into town and along the waterfront to buffet restauraunt called "The Jetty", eat as much as you want, which I did. Sickly, I drove home and now to update and down load blog. The rest of the night will be just relaxing on the bed. Another great day in the NT
... bay. It really brought it to life with old pictures superimposed on modern graphics. Very moving. We drove to the end of the point and found some shade overlooking the sea for lunch then on to the Museum and art gallery, recommended by the lonely planet for its section on Cyclone Tracy. . Finally to Mindil beach sunset market, loads of food stalls plus arts and crafts. Maggie snagged a small handbag and I looked at the crocodile belts till I saw the price, ...
... feel about what the town is all about. From Katherine, we called into Batchelor, as Peter had a mate from Perth who was staying there. We spent 2 days with Ron and Barb, lovely couple. When I was at school we use to go to. Batchelor to play hockey, wasn't much there then, has grown and is close to Litchfield Park, as we had both 'done' the gorges several times did't ...
... humidity, not too bad but I think it's about to build up, so back to the pool for a swim, and tried the fishing again later in the day at East Arm with the same result, although Chris had some keen fishing buddies attach themselves to him. A man with a couple of dogs was also fishing down there and the dogs attached themselves to Chris. Wherever he moved, they went and stood near him and watched every cast he made and then followed the lure as he wound in.