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... died. Among the dead were a number of Americans aboard the USS Peary. There was even a memorial to commemorate the U.S. ship.
With the temperature nearing 100 degrees, I decided to take a break from my walk and enjoy the pool at my hostel. Later, I ventured back out and drove to a nearby museum. It felt so nice to be able to drive again. I really missed it. Plus, the museum was really ...
... the Buley Rockholes. Quite by chance I find a small waterfall with a small rock pool where Charl and I spend an hour enjoying the cold mountain water in the privacy of our hidden rockhole. All too soon we need to call an end to the fun to start the 150km round trip back to the caravan before the kangaroos and buffaloes start to play in the roads. We return home after an uneventful trip and have a cooling off in the park swimming pool before getting dressed to go ...
... buffalo are also present, although we did not see any). We were told that high tide was a great time to see crocs eating fish at a particular viewing platform, so we got up at 6 AM and drove an hour for 8 AM high tide- however the water wasn't much higher than at low tide and there were no crocs. A ranger told it had to be a high high tide for the water to come up river and bring fish with it, an event two weeks off. Kakadu also has some ...
... Presto. Much more people attending, canteen and bar making a roaring trade. Much better atmosphere.
Just for your information, T shirts and things are the state costume.
Watched the game and then hoofed if to our hotel (Zen apartments) and rushed down to the water front in search of a restaurant still serving food. Eventually had dinner at the Wharf One. ...
... out where it was. Thankfully she came outside to meet me.
I walked into the building and was greeted by clouds of smoke and crowds of men aged between 35-70, sitting around playing cards and drinking coffee, beer or whiskey.
I was introduced to Jacky, the owner of the club. He was a little old man in his 60's with little to no teeth, although it was only really noticeable when he wss eating. He seemed really nice but I struggled to understand him most of the ...
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