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... crocs are huge and aggressive. Apparently, they managed to kill/eat a number of people every year. So instead of swimming, I admired the fake beach and then walked down to admire the real beach, which was still very pretty.
Along the Esplanade, Darwin has multiple memorials to the military. In 1942, the same Japanese fleet that attacked Pearl Harbor, attacked Darwin. The harbor was ...
... Tolmer Falls where we are able to take photos from an elevated platform. All swimming banned for the obvious reasons. Next stop is the Florence Falls where a flight of 151 stairs (counted by Charl) leads you down the valley to a very spectacular double waterfall. Once again, a huge swimming hole allows access to the base of the falls, this time with no warning signs. We take full advantage of the cool water before we return up the stairs and take a walking trail ...
... an excellent Indigenous Peoples Cultural Center that explains the aboriginal lifestyle in a non-defensive, non-confrontational manner (the aborigines were none too happy at losing their land to the English and only regained title over some of it in 1992 as a result of a court case). The Yellow Waters boat tour was great for birdlife and active crocs. Unfortunately, we also saw cattle and brumbies (wild ponies), a result of the ranching days ...
... to the Marara stadium. Silly name. Try saying that if you've got a lisp of if you are ******! It was sonly 2 minutes away. Arrived at the same time as the
boys. Lots of people.
Hockey Australia find it hard to get things right but they must have fluked it this time. They arranged to also have the under 13's boys tournament played at the same venue and time as the ...
I had asked the jungle people to let me know about any jobs going. Anna-Marie spoke to me the previous day and told me that the Greek club (where she worked) were looking for someone so it had been arranged that I would start today at 2pm.
Anna-Marie was starting at 9.30am until close so drew me a map. The club was a 15 minute bike ride so I took one of the many jungle bikes and got on my way at 1.30pm. I had to call Anna-Marie when I was pretty much there as I ...