Darwin Central Hotel
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500 km of sealed road makes for a nice reprieve from the day before... For some. Fortunately this was us, still no engine problems or tire blow outs. Others were not so lucky. Even conking out only 50km before the finish line, in spectacular fashion for some. A Celica blew a huge hole in its block and set fire to its oil.
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... while other people are rustling with plastic bags getting their backpack organised in the middle of the night. On the other hand I meet interesting people in the dorms; a woman my age, who has sold her house in the USA and now travels the world, she bought a big 4 wheel drive at home to do some traveling there, she says. She has just done some volunteer work in Arnhem land cleaning up the beaches and writing down what rubbish they found. It was not too bad, so luckily ...
... in this section of the river and had several girl friends. He was called Stumpy as one of his forelegs had been bitten off. Stumpy grabbed his first snack and then was lured up onto the bank with a second treat so that the skipper could rub his back with the pole! Stumpy measured about 6 metres and was around 60 years old. They farm crocodiles as well for their skins and the meat. I am waiting for my first feed of croc chops.
... de oevers en de stad toen we bij een oorlogs monument een groep mariniers zagen in strak wit uniform. Er was een groot schalig oefening bezig met Japan, Pakistan, Filipijnen en Australie voor 3 weken lang. Er lagen veel marine schepen in de haven. De filipijnen legde bloemen bij het monument er was ook een film crew aanwezig.
Na de lunch gingen we richting camping en de jongen van de audi dealer was zo aardig om ...
We found Darwin to be a mixture of the old and the new. Whilst still following our trail of WWII history we visited the war museum (which was really well set out) and saw a video of the bombing of Darwin along with other significant WW II sites, including the oil tunnels. Also saw sites, videos and memorabilia of Cyclone Tracy in our explorations around the city.
In other ways Darwin is ...