Steeles Bed and Breakfast at Larrakeyah
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... weren't that much fun either some had 4 or 5 trailers. Just enormous. I certainly drove faster than I ever would at home as the road is almost straight and mostly we were the only car around. I didn't do the speed limit though. 130km just seems obscene to me.
That's about it for now. We are both ready to blob in front of the what is mostly good TV.
Im sure the next two days will provide more adventures.
... the Museum and there is the car! Michael is now going to go to the Museum to have a look.
In the late afternoon, had to drop off Craig into town to have his tattoo, Basil Kenneth Mewett, he is so excited and scared at the same time but is so proud to have this particular tattoo placed on him. He absolutely loves his Pa to bits. Must admit the tattoo does look nice and suits Craig, so happy with it, not as I expected would feel.
Michael had commenced cooking ...
... display. We both learnt a lot during our visit to the museum on the extent of the war in the Top End.
The first Japanese air strike attacked the wharf, killing 22 civilians, the military and civil aerodromes and the hospital in the suburb of Berrimah. The first raid lasted approximately forty minutes and was followed two hours later by another air raid that targeted the RAAF base. The two air raids killed a total of 243 people and over 300 were wounded. ...
... Sunday morning we visited the museum. The NT Museum has a great exhibition on Cyclone Tracy which captures so much information on the horror and aftermath of this national disaster. There is a sound room which has audio taken during the storm. On the door there is a warning that young children and those who lived through Cyclone Tracy may find the room disturbing. This wasn't the case for Eamon. He thought it was hilarious. ...
... time watching the world go by. We had some coffees and a tea, chicken skewers and mango slice, and Paul had a coconut chicken curry from Incredible India followed by rocky road slice.
People were feeding bread and chips to the fork-tailed kites and the fish. There was excitement when a shark appeared, to join in the feast. However locals said it wasn't a shark at all but a fish called a cobia.
We looked at ...