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... to jump out of the water to grab bait. We we invited to do the same, but instead of feeding 4-5 meter long crocodiles, we were only doing it with 1 year old baby crocs. They were more eager than their bigger counter parts and jumped up to grab the bait with no hesitation and snapped away.
Just before our turn in the 'Cage of Death', we quickly ran to see the Reptile Presentation at 12:30 where they had just fed a rat to a Death Adder and a ...
Okay kids, we're going to get right out in front of this today: It’s hot here! And the humidisty is huge!
Enough griping. That’s it.
We had another wonderful day. It started at 8:30 with a boat ride (fancy that!) where we had to apply sunscreen before we’d even been out for 15 minutes. We learned about Darwin’s history in WW II. The Japanese bombed it 62 times, and the first time the Army was going ...
... and I went to dinner together and had a absolutely fantastic evening (I learnt a heap of cool ship facts!). The officers on board all wear the traditionalist uniform with stripes on black lapels and the full white outfit; and to be seen with a crew member of such stature gives other passengers such a complexion. They seem to think I’m hanging out with these crew/officers/staff merely on the purpose of “showing off” when in all honesty it’s ...
Our flight to Darwin was painless, the plane wasn't that full so we had a row to ourselves to spread out in, Joe was kept entertained by the views of flying over mountainous and barren landscape below. Our bags were on the carousel quickly, and we located the airport shuttle bus almost immediately. The heat and humidity was already painfully apparent, and it was only 10am. Whenever we had told people that we were going to Darwin we always got ...
... we have been doing a WorkAway in Darwin. Our hosts were a young couple who look after an eco property which is rented out as a holiday home. They did not have a lot of work for us to do, but as they have done a lot of travelling themselves they enjoy meeting other travellers and having them to stay. Also, they have used WorkAway on their travels and they now want the experience of being hosts. Our work involved cleaning the holiday ...