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... park with three water slides. One slide is pitch black and the second slide is blue and it was so fast.
We went to a crocodile park and saw the crocs getting fed and saw the reptiles.
On the way out of Darwin to Kakadu we did a jumping croc tour on the Adelaide river. We went on a boat and went down the river. The Adelaide river has over 7000 crocs in it in only 1.5 km. Im glad we didn't break down or fall over board. ...
... the road, my phone "dinged" and we realised we suddenly had signal. So we were able to phone Kirsty to discover that she had been transferred to Flinders Cardio but all the tests were coming back negative, and she was feeling much better. But they were keeping her in over the weekend. So we decided we could only carry on to Alice Springs and access the situation from there We stopped for Saturday night in another large rest area 120k from Alice Springs where we ...
... in Alice that had fantastic vanilla slices, sooo, being afficionado's of vanilla slices, we decided to check it out. It was an Italian restaurant which was only open for dinner (called the Casa Nostra !). When we went in, we asked if they had vanilla slices - that we had heard that they were pretty good. When we ordered our mains they asked if we wanted them to reserve vanilla slice for our dessert! We did and although the mains were OK, the vanilla ...
... hoped would fill in our
time in nicely.
Araluen is home
to the Araluen Arts Centre, Museum of Central Australia & Strehlow Research
Centre, the Central
Museum and Central
Craft. There wasn’t anything happening
at Central Craft (apart from a little gift shop) but it looked to be a working
EJ (Eddy) Connellan
... Stolen Generations" of children who were taken from their homes in the 30s and 40s "for their own good" many were raised there and others were fostered out to white families to raise. Truly sad stuff.
We took a quick stop at the top of Anzac Hill where there is a cenotaph memorial to the many men and women who lost their lives during World War I and now honors all veterans of the wars in which Australia has been ...