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... a cuppa and opened some biscuits. John had an open beer and I had a wine but we didn't have enough to offer them that. They stayed until 6.15pm so then I completed the zucchini slice and prepared our dinner. It was too late to go to the open air movie at Tumbling Waters so we just watched TV. The Generals Daughter was on ...
... lay day with a walk round the Botanical Gardens. The gardens are well laid out and an easy walk but not a lot of diversity. Nice coffee at the cafe.
We or should I say I was looking forward to Thursday as we had agreed to visit the Darwin Show. Being a country boy from way back I thought it would be interesting to compare Northern Territory country life with what I had experienced as a boy in Wigtownshire. The show was quite ...
Took the Prado in for a service today, and spent the day with Terry and Rosemary. Leisurely coffee and chat in the morning, then off to see the Underground Oil Storage Tunnels after lunch. The tunnels were built as a secure storage for fuel and oil during WW II when Darwin was being bombed by the Japanese. They built six of a planned eight tunnels and they are impressive. The main one we saw was 4.5 m high by 5 m wide and 184 m long, most of it dug by hand with pick and shovel. ...
... The track took us down to the Daly River road, and eventually looped back to the Stuart Hwy at Adelaide River, which was a fantastically windy drive through the south eastern side of the Litchfield national park. The grass clearing fires really standing out against the early evening sky as we drove by was a fitting way to say good bye to the day.
The following day we went to Mindil sunset markets at the foreshore of Darwin CBD. There was a fantastically relaxed ...
... finance starter co-advisor – both PhD’d and him coinciding with Bruce’s midlife 43 years of age crisis. All the clocks were put onto Darwin time – NT Rules! We were introduced to our ship’s captain, Grant. Jess, the Purser led us through safety procedures with the life jackets, Tim, the Expedition Leader spoke to us about our trip to come and introduced us to Mal, his assistant lecturer. Because the wind was making ...
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