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... scenic gardens overlooking the beach. It was scattered with groups of aboriginals but It was perfect for runs and I ended up there early most mornings doing some combination of running, skipping and bodyweight exercises. A lot of other people were out as well doing runs which was good to see. When I wasn't doing anything else I ended up in the hostels pool either swimming, sunbathing on a lilo or playing ball games if others happened to be in there as well.
... in part of the country to keep sheep safe and rabbits out, so nothing new. The goats could be farmed and exported for meat. A lot of life cattle and sheep get exported in Darwin, so that part of the organisation is in place already. This is the opinion of me, a fresh eyed tourist, who does not know too much about the country anyway and surely there will be plenty of things that I have overlooked. I'd love to do some more research about this though, to see if my point is valid ...
... were up and out early in order to beat the tour coaches and thermometer. First stop, the Magnetic Termite Mounds. We had been getting accustomed to seeing larger and larger termite mounds as we travelled around Northern Territory but the termite fieldsin Lichfield were exceptional in size and number creating a surreal tomb stone graveyard type landscape. Interesting fact – these termites build their skyscraper mounds orientated towards ...
Another day of around 33 degrees it is getting a little tough to take.
Today started with a trip into Darwin to see the WWII oil storage Tunnels. These were built in 1943 after the Japanese almost destroyed oil supplies in 1942 and served as a means of protecting our oil supplies from enemy attack. There were ...
... stop was to see the jumping crocodiles on the Adelaide River. This is serious business. Just last week, a local Vietnamese fisherman wandered into the water to retrieve a fishing lure. He was grabbed by one of the notorious crocodiles, named Michael Jackson for its albino colouring. They had to shoot Michael to retrieve the body. As we left the dock, we were warned to keep well within the sides of the boat. Safety precautions ...