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... a cyclone in1984 that destroyed the whole place. There are old photos showing nothing but toothpicks where once stood a town. That's why it's a new city with very wide streets and big parks. There are almost no old buildings but some of the ruins that remained were reconstructed. There is one building left as a ruin as a reminder.
Even though Darwin is a thousand miles from nowhere it is a city worth visiting. So far the only real city in the ...
... on during peak wave time was the highlight of my day, but he did manage it!! The Darwin lagoon was quieter than the cairns one, maybe because you had to pay so the locals couldn't just use it as a bath. We managed to grab 2 sun loungers under a big parasol after we were done with crashing about the waves, and relaxed there whilst we dried off. We took a walk along and around the quaint harbour, saw some huge fish, and back up towards the ...
... over it though, a work in progress I feel! You have to pay for wifi here (not cool), so I bought 24 hours for $4 which allowed me to book my flight to Cairns. Today (Tuesday 4th) I discovered Coles, a supermarket which may save me life whilst I'm here in Oz. It's just like Tesco's or Sainsbury's back home...and they do packs of pasta for less than a pound wahoooo!! I can easily live off that every day! I've been ...
... bus, that only stops for 30 minutes at a servo for some food and a few other short stops to stretch your legs and change drivers. Day one was basically driving. We left at 5am and arrived at the famous Daly Waters Pub around 6pm I think. We did make one stop on the way to see the devils marbles. A formation of rocks and boulders all stacked up at awkward angles and heights, you would think that some of them should fall ...
... Darwin afterwards stopping at Lake Alexander for lunch then continuing onto a car wash. It was pretty cool - you slot the coins in then hold the high pressure hose as water jets out onto the car. It came a bit suddenly and we managed to get a lot over ourselves as well. We only had 2 bucks left for the Hoover for the inside so Vince ran around like he was on speed, hoovering out the car and getting rid of all trace of dirt, sand, mud etc. We topped up the petrol, handed ...
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