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... SOS call to Aaron's Dad and he came to save the day. Saying Goodbye to Nan was very hard today. There were tears in the street, then we decided to share a drink first to prolong the Good bye a bit longer. Then there were more tears in that spot. Ian, Aaron, Jacob and Nan went to the airport. Jennie, Mez, Lochlan and Callum walked to the Library and waited. Finally after ...
... we all enjoyed it. the pictures pretty much tell the story of what we saw, the temperature today is 33 deg. the nights are not too bad we don't need the cooler on. can't imagine that we will at night before we leave and then we are heading down to the cooler stuff anyway.
that's all for now, hope everyone is well, love to you all and i will do another blog tonight for today's adventures. love dad(pop,les)julie(mum,nan) ...
... and her daughter Sophie with them.
At the market we got some good and then sat on the sand dunes waiting for the F/A-18 handling display. Whilst the display was short it was exhilarating to watch. We stayed to watch a fire show for a while and then went back to Su and Peter's and talked, had a glass or two of wine and tried out Melissa's hula hoop - it was a great fun night.
We left there at around 10:00 and went back to the van and to ...
... for antihistamine and anti itch cream.
Forgot to mention at Shady Camp - lots of people fishing and lots of crocs.
We stayed out of Jabiru at a camp area called Merl, so we could do a ranger guided tour of the rock art but also be near to Cahill Crossing where we would enter Arnhem Land to travel up to the Cobourg Peninsula.
Driving up to Cobourg Peninsula is beautiful, very rough in ...
After what feels like years of planning the trip is finally within reach! Less than 24 hours to go before we depart on our 9 weeks around the world. Mixed emotions in our family - Indy (19.5 months) hasn't got a clue what we are in for - and could very well test our parenting skills on the long haul flights! Let's hope that in the 20 months we have been parents we have some how become equipped with the skills to outsmart our little princess. Adrian (Somsak) is a ball ...
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