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... We also visited the museum and art gallery of the New Territory looking at Aboriginal art and learning about Cyclone Tracey, a powerful storm 40 years ago that devastated Darwin. Followed by the Defence of Darwin museum, which was really interesting looking at how the Japanese attacked Darwin during World War ll. The evening was rounded up with a lovely sunset cruise lasting about two hours and followed by drinks and dancing at the Irish ...
... on the left side of the road. The most difficult part was that the turn signal and windshield wipers were flipped. I kept turning on the windshield wipers instead of the blinkers!
Luckily, I managed to drive to the hostel without issue, and the staff was nice enough to check me in at 7:00 am! Although I was tempted to take a little nap, I decided not to, but left my car in the lot and took ...
... a whole lot hockey players were there and snaffled all the ribs.
Dinner outside next to the beach. Cool breeze and great company. That's why we love holidays!
Well the boys play tomorrow. You can watch it online on tenplay.com.au
Have to search for AHL on that site. The game is on at 14:30 hrs Perth time
... hot sun and then cooling off in a crystal clear natural swimming pool. Then last night we camped at a farm and we slept under the stars in swags-one person canvas sleeping bags with in built mattress. We thought it would have less Mosquitos here because it was dryer land, but in fact we all heard them and got attacked in the night. I think we were enjoying the moment too much to move into tents though. We had a clear sky full of bright ...
... the "cowboys" one by one. Each one came out when their name was called, they were all dressed the part, they stopped in a line and tipped their hats, proper cowboy style! There were around 10 what they call clowns, these are the men that are in the ring whilst the rodeo is active and distract the bull when the rider comes off and maybe 20-30 cowboys. There were also two men (again dressed like cowboys) on horseback to control the horse rodeos. Scattered around the arena were ...