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... deal. Later in the afternoon we caught a bus to East Point to enjoy a pleasant walk through a park with the ocean on our left and a beautiful lake on our right surrounded by green scenery. After a stunning walk we found a quiet bench and enjoyed the sunset over the water. After an enjoyable sight we headed back to the hotel for dinner as there were no pancakes being sold anywhere down the main streets. Tomorrow we will continue our search for pancakes, we will not rest until it is ...
... apart from an old cottage. It was 5 yards beside each other but two got sold on over the years and now privately owned. It's a work in progress site and they are trying to develop it more. It's a fascinating story of all these women, some who are criminals, some who were force to steal to survive or those who stole or committed some crime, in the hope of been sent to a new land and maybe life would be better there once they served their time. Around 25,500 women past through this site ...
... back and one of the Dutch girls on board with him. They know each other from before somehow and the 2 of them look very suspect. The other Dutch girls all started giggling and giving her the "I know what ye did" look. Back on the road, heading to Watarrka - Kings Canyon. The weather feels a bit cooler so will be open today but turns out it's over 36degrees so the summit walk is shut so just did the lower canyon walk. We agree to get up at 5am and come back. Back at camp we rustle up ...
... off it. We walked down a few steps until we reached the plunge pool at the bottom of the falls. This area had been cleared for swimming which meant the rangers had got rid of any salt water crocs that may have been living there. We weren't the only ones at the pool but there weren't many others so we enjoyed a brilliant swim which was lovely and refreshing as today the sun had decided to stay out!!! We splashed about and attempted to get close to the waterfall, which was ...
... life in the town (not pretty).Darwin was a nice surprise. We arrived at our hotel, having changed from our original choice of the youth hostel, and were upgraded to a one bedroom apartment yippee. We had a good walk around town during our week stay and had a good feel for the place by the end of it. We were lucky enough to be able to meet up with our neice Amy as her cruise ship came into port so we whisked her off ...
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