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... Darwin was a good experience, a box ticked. We maybe wouldn't rush to go back there, and if we did the waterfront area would definitely be a shout rather than on Mitchell street. Although we did enjoy watching two arrests, countless arguments and listening to the tunes of plastic bottles being tapped on concrete... I'm sure our evenings sipping on pink champagne and enjoying jugs of beer would have been somewhat quieter without the local ...
... Territory. No kangaroos or koalas here, but saw a wallaby - looks like a small kangaroo. There was a nocturnal house and an outdoor aviary that did not confine the birds; dingoes of course. Lots of termite mounds in fields and open areas along the way. Took photo after photo from coach window and got lucky. Darwin was 90% destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. Had to evacuate population & rebuild. Attacked by Japanese during WW2. Americans had a large naval base ...
... and sausages as some of us had a swim in the pool and a few cold beers. None of us lasted that long at night, I think we were all in bed by 9.30pm but it seemed more like it was 11pm to our bodies. It was an early start on the second day also, but not as early as the first morning. We left Daly Waters at around 6.30 and headed about 2 hours further toward Darwin to our first stop, Bitter Springs. It was gorgeous. A swim in ...
... there wasn't a lot to do in Darwin and we should've stayed somewhere else a longer time but it is as it is.
The last day we went to the car wash to clean the car. After this we went swimming in a free swimmingpool in Darwin. After a few hours it was time to bring Tom to the airport, he is returning home to work again. And three hours later our own flight left to BALI!
... maybe once a week. Of the 300 kids that should be there every day, about 100 turn up. For some families Western education is obviously not a priority. People in these communities, who have done something wrong get extradited from their community and treated as being dead. Nobody seems to know what exactly deserves a sentence like that. I have not found out yet. This explains some Aboriginal people I saw, who seemed to live on the streets. For me there is still a lot of ...