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... been aboard the Beagle during its second voyage, when he was formulating his thesis The Origin of the Species. The two other significant events that have most impacted The City of Darwin, are the Japanese bombing in 1942 and Cyclone Tracy that destroyed 80% of the City in 1974. We learned more about the Japanese bombing, which incidentally, involved more bombs than were dropped on Pearl Harbour, at the Darwin ...
... for a lunch with a view at a small Cafe in Cullen Bay and then Moff had a snooze. A lovely way to spend the day.
Lyn and Wayne Hayhoe came for dinner at 6:45. Doug Shelley joined us too. We shared lots of good food and laughter. Cooked up a huge fish from the Darwin Fish Markets and enjoyed way too much great food. Late night but worth it. More great memories. ...
Originally we had not "planned" to visit NT, just stick to WA. But thats the good thing about not having much of a plan ... its easy to change. So its now off to the territory, tracking to Darwin and then heading back to WA. As airfares from Darwin to Bali are cheap we have also decided to buzz over to Bali for a week. A short change of pace from the caravan routine will be nice.
THe main route from WA joins the Stuart Highway at Katherine. The drive towards Katherine ...
Straight after breakfast we drove in the RV and followed in the little red 4W-Drive down to Litchfield National Park. We arrived mid afternoon and so went to the furtherest waterfall while we were keen to drive the 22 Klms. Wangi Falls was stunning. We all swam across to the waterfall and swam under the water ...
... Having just two of us really changes the rules:
1. Nico will not dictate the routine. We can eat later and more randomly.
2. We don’t have to worry about food anymore. Two of us can eat whatever.
3. Hygiene has been removed from the dictionary. Jeremy can look after himself.
4. Conversation need neither be polite nor sensitive.
5. What goes on the trip stays on the trip. We are sworn to ...