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... camera 'died' and had to invest in a new one yesterday, so will take a traditional one of the sunset at Mindal Beach when we go tonight. Enjoying the company of Lochlan and Georgia, how they have grown, and Ava is getting lots of excercise with the ball from them. Will write again just before we leave here, with out plans for the east coast. Love to all Peter, Gail and ...
... beach, again it's a beautiful balmy Darwin evening and it's such a pleasant place to be. We head to our restaurant for dinner and we're pleasantly surprise, the food is to die for and the cost is very reasonably, although that's not a issue as we don't mind having to pay good money for food, just so long as it's edible. With our bellies full, we head back home for a cuppa, then it's off to bed, as we have a long day of travelling to do ...
... time there) and was on his second charter hoping to have more joy than the first one gave him (captured his boof-head with the shot I took as we were leaving Darwin). He had met another fella that was also doing the trip and he introduced me but I don’t remember his name as it was an unusual one. I said to him oh your partner, meaning mate, but he said no no no god no (woops communication error!!!). He didn’t catch anything to keep but he caught a few, he stood right ...
Still following up on our battery problems we decided to have a lazy day and catch up on a few things around the van. A few loads of washing and then a trip to BBQ's Galore to pick up my new Weber Baby Q and then to Bunnings for a few bits and pieces. We visited a local shopping centre...North Lakes...just a small centre with Coles and a few stores in it. Topped up on groceries.
... watch the sunrise. The other two walked approx 5.6kms and I managed 2.8kms, gave then the car keys as they passed me on their way back and said to come back to pick me up. I waited at a lookout overlooking the Arafura Sea. Spectacular sight and so peaceful. Did a quick meditation and decided I could live in Darwin and enjoy the pace, the scenery and the weather of the dry season at least.
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