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... up the bottom of the doors, and that most cars are crossing unaided. Probably lucky for us, as plenty of cars have built home-made snorkels out of PVC pipe, but we never really had the opportunity.
We have time to watch a road train crossing from the other side. It has absolutely no problem, just driving straight across.
One by one the cars in front make it across. There’s one rescue and Andrew and I decide to put the towing strap on “in case”. ...
... the process. After getting off, I turned and waited to see the faces on Olga and Zoe.Zoe's face was of pure terror. Completely and utterly scared, Olga wasn't much better. They both proclaimed that his was the last slide they are going on and went off to the more appropriate adrenalin level for them... the wading pool. For me and Luke, even though the red slide was not my cup of tea, I was expecting Luke to be ...
... we got down there there was already a dozen people down there. We were already in our swimmers so we took off our shoes and hoped in. The water was refreshing and there was a little water fall. When we walked back up the hill we decided that we would stay at Katherine for the night. We found a camp ground which was right next to where parked. After setting up we headed to the campgrounds pool we splashed around there a bit then headed back to the camper. ...
... turned out to be the perfect spot. A great Irish pub with real dinky dye Irish staff (that or they had great pretend accents). The outdoor area was all undercover which was great given the hot Darwin sun was out in all its glory, so I grabbed a small table and set myself up for the afternoon.
An absolutely wonderful way to spend a day and a half in Darwin. Another place to add to the list to bring Kylie when we next get to escape ...
in Darwin Saturday flying in on Virgin Australia direct from Brisbane to Darwin
and settled into the Darwin Central Hotel. Found that the internet connection
offering by the hotel was an extortionate 11AUD an hour so no updates while we
are here. On the Sunday we went to the Top End Tourist Office where friendly,
patient and knowledgeable staff sorted out 2 tours for us for later in the
For the ...
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