Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront
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... had some Japanese food to start with. Stephen was hoping to get some of Cameron's pizza but he ate the whole thing! Stephen and Narelle shared a fruit salad and then Stephen and Rachel had a chorizo. We left the market at about 7:00 and came back to the caravan via the supermarket. Rachel and Cameron showered straight away and then watch some TV before going to bed. Stephen and Narelle watched a bit of TV, read, blogged and went to bed after a pleasant ...
... extremely interesting and within 1 minute found an extremely large salt water crocodile, then freshwater crocodiles and then heaps of both - amazing and was advised that on the Mary River the average is 18 crocodiles to 1 compared to other rivers within the area and we can now see why. We saw many types of birdlife and the sunset at the end was breathtaking reflecting on the river. This short trip allowed us to get our bearings and to receive good advice from ...
... hours, then went to the Darwin Museum cafe which overlooks the Arafura Sea. We snuck in our breakfast of eggs benedict, my favourite without Craig and Chris knowing and thoroughly enjoyed it!
Got back to the house only to find those 2 just getting up, late sleepers and obviously both relaxing immensely and unwinding.
Of course, had the obligatory swim in the pool, however it appears that have burnt my eyes with the chlorine this time, so now once ...
Didn't do too much on Tuesday, after getting the van site set up and then enjoyed checking out the parks swimming pool! On Wednesday, I drove and dropped Lynda off at Darwin's largest shopping mall: Casuarina for what she described as some much needed retail therapy!! I left her there and went and checked out the Aviation Heritage Centre near the airport, which boasts that it has the only B52 bomber on display outside the USA! It was ...
... by far the worst attacks happened on 19 Feb 1942. On that day, in two surprise attacks, 242 Japanese aircraft rained down a shower of bombs which killed over 250 people, and destroyed 23 planes and 8 ships, and many buildings.
- The government was concerned about morale in Australia, and announced 17 deaths.
- More bombs fell that day than during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour.
Then, as if we ...
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