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... pool, hid in our room with the AC on full blast, threw a few more things away, and stocked up with other things that we would need. We had a look around Darwin, but it wasn’t the nicest city in the world – they had a wave pool that you have to pay for and a small swimming area with stinger nets, but it is nowhere near as good as the Cairns lagoon.
And so Australia is done, and now we head off to Asia and the first country of ...
... appreciate living and working in a foreign environment.
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So for the past ...
... kids were with us I made sure we were seated on chairs way back from the waters edge. There was no way any crocodiles were going to get to us. We ended up hooking up to quite a few sand crabs that morning, but they always let go of the line pretty quickly once they realised they were being dragged along the sand. Crab Claw Island is a beautiful, picturesque and slightly remote location, but somewhere I would recommend to ...
... Hidden Valley Caravan Park which cost $59/night and was the closest camping to the city which is handy. Our plan was to live and work in Darwin over the wet season but once we calculated the cost of living vs the wages, we would not be any further ahead and would be paying out one wage in child care costs alone.
So, it looks like it is back to the drawing board, our travel plans have changed yet again. Where should we go next?.....................
... and beautiful rugged red rock faces soaring out of the ground. A 1 night stopover at Lake Argyle turned into 2...very hard to leave the infinity pool overlooking the lake and rugged cliffs of the east Kimberley's. It's getting hot...37' most days...luckily the nights are still cooling down. Sleeping bags are well and truly packed away. Now onto the Bungle Bungle and Gibb River Road...adventure ...
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