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... out that the main thing people like to do in Darwin is drink. The Main Street is called Mitchell Street and lined with bars, the main ones being Monsoons, Wisdom, shena****ns and the tap. I'd bought a bottle of red which I had a few glasses of at the hostel with a few people but avoided going out for more than one drink as I wasn't supposed to be on holiday anymore. A group of English guys had a TV in their dorm and a hard drive with hundreds of films so I had ...
... Territory could grow a rain forest. Back to reality. Kununurra is a small new town built in the sixties when they built the Ord river dam, so there is plenty of water around, that I have to see and I have to do some boat tours here, which will be nice and not too hot in this extreme weather. At present I am alone in a 4 bed dorm, my own room so to speak, which is a relief after a few days with temperamental girl room mates, of which some are totally depressed, very tired ...
... south polarity so that they don’t overheat during the heat of the day, this results in all the mound staking on the appearance of tombstones in a military cemetery aligned to facing the same direction (see photo). Tolmer Falls was next on our schedule, a lovely waterfall in great setting with impressive viewing point. Then off to Wangi Falls one of the largest and most popular of the waterfalls and swimming rock pools. Though the large rock ...
... in the tunnel demonstrating WWII times and showed the devastation inflicted on Darwin by Japan.
Our next destination was the Wave Pool on Darwin's Waterfont. We all enjoyed a couple of hours in the pool however catching waves proved difficult.
The evening saw us head to East Point for a picnic dinner ( Hotdogs) to view the ...
... Bright orange Life jackets were under the seats, the crocodile's favourite colour, which rendered them useless! In the event of a capsize we were to throw the life jackets over one side of the boat, and as the crocs chewed on them, we were to swim for the other side. Most reassuring.
There are over 7,000 crocs in this stretch of the Adelaide River and they migrate into the waters around Darwin so there is ...