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... to Jabiru which would take us into Kakadu National Park. A few kilometers onto the road and we were presented with a sign saying we had to purchase a 14 day pass to enter the Park at $25 a head. In all my reading to date I had not seen a mention of this fee. I was not impressed. This fee did not apply to Terratorians, only visitors to the area. It didn't put me in the greatest frame of mind. There are many turnoffs to camping areas, all in the vicinity of the ...
... functioning normally when that was far from the truth. Near Parliament House is the Church of England Cathedral which was destroyed by Cyclone Tracy but now rebuild using part of the original front. Walked around the Mall and bought a couple of souvenirs then had a picnic lunch in the Park along the Esplanade before coming back to the Caravan Park for a swim after buying a Watermelon for $7.00 from a truck on the ...
... who you are going to get a long better with. And those who are going to annoy you no end.
Fortunately, with the smaller group, it really didn't feel that way. You had the opportunity to know most the people on the tour and it was quite good in that respect.
It seems that August is English teacher season in Australia. Almost half of our tour was made up by teachers! With that in mind, if you're in a school where ...
... and when I say years I mean about 6 or 7 years) because they moved over to Dubai for a couple of years. Then she called dad and they organised to catch up tomorrow night for a barbeque. Mum took us all down to the general store and we all got ourselves ice-creams ("desert before dinner", mum said). Dad had found some more friends and was talking to them.
We have all realised that when you go to buy ice-creams up here ...
... have pictures! ;) We headed down to a National Park today, and yes, I know what your all thinking; Trees, Bushes, Flowers and long walks along stoney pathway and jagged cliff tops. You're wrong! Litchfield Park was just one of the three parks in Darwin we randomly selected on the thought of actually seeing a bit of Darwin before we leave tomorrow. We saw a board in the campsite and booked with a guy called Bruno and his big yellow old but modern spaceship! What a ...
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