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No photos! Should have taken some but nothing worthy of a picture today.
Mass this morning was a delight with a connection to St Martin's Indigenous Community Church through our great friends Tracy and Rob who used to live and worship here. We met Fr Dan who was a vibrant young priest and then we enjoyed the very loud musical ...
... for the next part of our journey. We expect to be in Darwin for approximately 5 nights before we head to Kakadu and then to Kunanurra. Once we complete this section we have a rather quick trip back down the middle of Australia before returning in the first week of October.
Our immediate plans for Darwin however is the Mindi Markets, The Wave Pool and I desperately need to wet a line somewhere so there must be a fishing trip soon.
Well it's the end of another week and we have planned to go to the Darwin museum today. After a leisurely breakfast we make our way to the museum. It's a very interesting place with an extensive coverage of Cyclone Tracy, including a room where you can experience the noise the the Cyclone would have made on that Christmas Day in 1974. There are lots of interesting exhibits ...
Saturday, 23rd August
Quiet start to the day: left Jabiru about noon and headed towards Mary River. Hit a kookaburra on the way, turned around to see how badly injured he was and in that time there were two crows next to him. Picked him up and his left wing was broken. Locals stopped also and they took him back into Jabiru. Spent the night at the van park behind Corroborree Park pub, and met up with Tracey again - she is ...
... Cascades - did the lower Cascades walk - was very rough rock hopping for some parts. Pretty but not as much so as Buley Rockhole. Although would be really impressive in the Wet (but then it is closed because very dangerous).
Getting hot - too hot ...