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... dive and a schedule for the various presentations in this over grown reptile house.
The reptile zoo is deceptively big, with 3 floors each housing a number of different animals. We walked into the ground floor and saw the aquarium that stretched 2 floors, filled with a number of different fish and sea creatures including the hugely hyped barramundi, eagle rays and a fish that shot out water like a water pistol to get bait.
As we were a ...
... get it; it’s a quiet city, coinciding with the constant tensions with the Aboriginals it’s a bit of a shady sort of place. But I didn’t dislike Darwin, it had that level of uniqueness that I enjoyed including lots of charity stores and an extensive camera shop (just what I was looking for). I picked up some new clothes (something I’ve not really done much of on this trip) and a heavy stock of Tim Tams to keep me sweet until I’m home (I won’t ...
We arrived in Darwin this morning to be told to expect temperatures in the 90s and humidity at 90%! Well we walked into town and found a cafe with free wifi just as the heavens opened 'Florida style'. We might even have to have another glass of wine while we wait for this storm to pass! Last night we had a spectacular lightening display but apparently that's fairly typical for this part of ...
... the afternoon back at the campsite, lazing around in the swimming pool where Ness wrote some postcards back home. The pool was a nice way to stay cool during the heat of the day. The following morning we had to be up early for the drive back to Darwin, drop off the hire car and catch the Greyhound bus to Alice Springs. A mammoth 21 hour journey into the core of Central Australia for the next leg of our Australian ...
... You can swim with the junior crocs, obviously there is a separate glass tank so there is no risk. I went as soon as it opened at 9am and there was no one else there apart from me. The water was 1.6 metres deep and there are steps going down. Due to my fear of deep view, I stayed on the steps and took pics of close up of the crocs. There are many other views of the crocs too and you get to see the larger crocs being fed. You then can also attend the reptile ...
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