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... by going for the spectacular of the Opera House, the massive Sydney Bridge (built to be the longest span in the world in 1938, but beaten by the Americans who opened the Bayonne Bridge in New York, 25 inches longer) and having towns strung all around the harbour and inlets with ferries continually running backwards and forwards wins our vote. What can kill you in Australia? Bill spent some time in the Australian Museum in Sydney. "As you can imagine, I was particularly attracted ...
... avoid box jelly fish which can deliver a lethal sting; watch for 55 species of mosquitoes; the NT has some of the most venomous snakes in the world so wear closed shoes; carry plenty of water with you; check your weather for cyclones; lightening strikes are both frequent and spectacular...pay attention...and plastic bags are banned in the Northern Territory. Welcome to the Top End.
In fact, other than the snakes, crocodiles, mangroves and climate Gary ...
... Arnhem Land in the Arafura Sea. We reach the Torres Straits at 4 pm tomorrow. It is quite cloudy and the sea is the smoothest we have seen. After a late breakfast we went to another photography session, this time on taking portraits. Then to a session on Pandora for M in the jewellery shop complete with champagne which was interesting. E went to a lecture ...
... was the most impressive of the day and the most powerful waterfall we have seen for a while. We couldn’t swim here because there was a chance that salty crocs were present – the pool at the bottom had flooded and connected to the rivers that the crocs live in so they could come and go as they pleased. In the dry season, they clear out any stray crocs and allow the tourists in. After a BBQ lunch at this spot, we left Litchfield and ...
... crocodile bites" – what a lovely warm welcome! We best stay locked in our cabin for 3 days to stay out of trouble!
At the bottom of the campsite was a creek with fast flowing water going through it. Ben said by all means take a walk down there but there are crocs around so don’t get closer than 15 feet from ...
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