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We have a extra day than planned because Virgin decided to cancel our flight,we had a tour to Litchfield booked already so had to go along with it.
The Kings bus tour we took yup Litchfield Park was excellent , the guide very chirpy and knowledgeable.
the next day we walk around under our own steam to see the sights, the museum was …
Our last day in the top end was a tour of the Litchfield National Park, about 130km south-west of Darwin.
Pickup was at 7:15am and we drive for just under 2 hours to our first stop was at the Banyan Tree Café for a coffee/bathroom stop then onto the cathedral and magnetic termite mounds. These mounds were at least three metres tall and the inside is a labyrinth of corridors designed to keep the mounds at a constant temperature, quite ...
Today we got up had brekky in the self contained apartment with the parents then went off to the Darwin information centre to help plan out the rest of the week. That took up around an hour to sort out which left the rest of the day free, so we decided to catch the local No.5 bus to Crocodylus Park, a nature park zoo that is dedicated to breeding and helping preserve crocs....along with educating people about them. ...
Our arrival in Darwin yesterday was in the late afternoon after an early start to the day. My dad and I drove our little car from the airport -through little traffic- around the City without getting too lost. We had a brief stopover at our hotel to leave luggage and change into Summer clothes: it was a pleasant 32°C which cooled to 25 in the evening. We felt lucky escaping the cold change in Sydney! We explored the Wharf and Foreshore areas which look very green,pleasant and ...
... pub at Howard Springs for dinner with Jon, Anita and their extended family.
Tuesday 23rd June: Early this morning we learned the sad news that my eldest brother John had lost his valiant fight against cancer. He had put up an incredible fight. Mid morning we went out to the Military museum which had artefacts from all the wars that Australia had participated in. Early afternoon we ...