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... beer and belly dancers and handed our money over. As we jumped on the bus that night, ready to experience this so called creme de la creme of Turkish entertainment. Tanked up on our pre drinks from the hotel. We started to chat about what kind of things we would be seeing. Enjio had promised us good company, the best in Turkish food and beautiful belly dancers with most amazing circus style acts we had ever seen. We started chatting away to the other people on the bus, 2 of which ...
Hello, I am sorry that I am so long winded with my blogs, no excuse really but finally here to let you know what we have been doing since the last blog.
We have driven a lot of miles since Streaky Bay. We travelled to Port Augusta and shopped to stock up for our trip to Coober Pedy and then to Uluru. We had one night on the roadside after leaving Port Augusta and had wonderful sunset and sunrise. The scenery up here ...
... were given a photo opportunity with the barking owl and wedge tail eagle. Lastly we went to the aquarium where we stared a crocodile in the eye and saw lots of other marine life. We headed back into town and stopped in at cousin Holly's workplace before heading back to the van park. Emerson rode around on her bike for ages (where does she get her ...
... meal. We were about 5 inches above them and felt their splash as they swam around us, eyeing us with their jagged yellow teeth and probably desiring more of a meat, rather than chicken lunch that day! They were big and mean and this picture is taken only inches from his mouth...not with a telescopic lens!!! My kids would be proud of me!! (Actually probably wondering when in hell I developed all of these desires for high risk adventure since I ...
... pleasing day ahead..
Very hot early, even as we had breakfast on deck… Quite new ,
the Harbour Precinct, all well thought out and a walkway from the Harbour ,then
through Parks, and man made swimming places, up a glass elevator, and to the
level of the City, lovely old sandstone buildings remain, tropical plantings make
good shade ,on the walk to the city centre, a pedestrian space. Darwin is so spacious.
We walked at length then took the Hop ...
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