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... and drove to the waterfront to go swimming at the wave pool. Rachel and Cameron couldn't get in the water fast enough and were in for ages. At first Stephen and Narelle sat on a park bench watching them but later as the crowd thinned down they moved to some banana lounges. Stephen had a snooze for about half an hour but had to be woken up when the pool was closing. We went back to the caravan for dinner, showers and ...
... Having just two of us really changes the rules:
1. Nico will not dictate the routine. We can eat later and more randomly.
2. We don’t have to worry about food anymore. Two of us can eat whatever.
3. Hygiene has been removed from the dictionary. Jeremy can look after himself.
4. Conversation need neither be polite nor sensitive.
5. What goes on the trip stays on the trip. We are sworn to ...
... Bailey - we **** ourselves in the front row!!!! After the python had more successfully bitten and then ingested the mouse they put it away and bought out a couple more reptiles and another python for holding. Bailey held the sank and then went to hand it to me - I declined even though my head was saying its safe. Anyway I got my head around it and held the snake which was an experience. We had the car serviced Friday morning and Cass had her hair done in the city, I took the ...
... these markets as there is alot of home made goods available and some very unusual items, really happy with a zebra rock gift purchased and made me think of my beautiful piece that Mum bought from a young aboriginal girl over in the West in a creek bed for a very cheap price compared to what they are selling at the markets.
Deb, Greg, Vic, Bruce and Verity all came for a magnificent feast once again cooked entirely by Michael. He is so ...
Keeping on with the "walking at sunrise" theme, this morning we are tackling the Charles Darwin National Park. A bit of an undulating walk through the park passing old war bunkers. Short walk by Michael standards so on our way to breakfast, we had to go out on some red dirt track a few kilometres to drop him off so he could walk back. What an interesting track, lots of burnt out ...
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