Alatai Holiday Apartments
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... observed a monument of silence. This was followed by a short stop at the old Qantas hanger that still had holes in the building caused by strafing by the Japanese planes. The building is now home to an antique car club and their cars. The runway is now a street with a subdivision bordering it. On to the War Museum. I think it was called the Defence of Darwin Museum. This was such a moving and emotional visit. The displays are extremely well done! ...
Nous avons passé une partie de l'avant-midi à l'aéroport de Cairns attendant notre avion pour Darwin. Comme nous sommes ici le 11 novembre, Jour du Souvenir, à. 11 heures on a demandé une minute de silence pour les soldats décédés en guerre. J'ai préféré meubler mon sillence en pensant aux civils et aux soldats victimes de guerre, tel que le propose ÉCHEC À LA GUERRE. Puis surprise, ...
... bed a bit deflated. Drove to the airport for 11 am. Deb went to return the hire car while I checked out the departure board. I was puzzled when I didn't see the girls' flight to Brisbane. Well, there was a very good reason why their flight wasn't listed. Thats because they were 12 hours late. It was 0115 flight not a 1315 flight. That initiated a flurry of activity. Finally, Deb managed to book them onto another flight ...
Sleeping under the stars tonight Yet feel hotter than the sun Not brave to face the elements There's insects on the run There's spiders in the tents already And gecko climbing up the wall The toilets full of frog friends So will I sleep at all? Lay awake with the wallabies By darkness they hop near I quite enjoy this company They're not the ones I fear It's not even snakes or red-backs To see them here is rare ...
... which was agreed. We didn't give much, maybe £2 as that was the only coins w had. Feeling fresh, we headed back to the jetty for more fishing. We saw Russell and Julie who told us about the art fair at the local shop. We'd heard about it so decided we'd check it out later. We were told it started at 9pm so headed to the local pub for a quick drink before heading the shop where Bob was exhibiting two pieces; one was a bear head (not real), the other was a four page poem ...