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... Museum was a must see.
In the evening we went to the outdoor Deckchair Cinema and watched an Indian movie "The Lunchbox" with english subtitles that at times needed interpreting themselves. It was a good movie with some great laughs and a lovely atmosphere, laying back watching it under the stars.
The weather is so predictable here! Some weather reports don't even give the highs, just talk about the minimum overnight temps. Our car fridge is working ...
... and with about 400 others, watched the sun go down in a glorious crimson sunset over the ocean. Sampled lots of takeaway Asian food and had some delicious fresh cut mango!!! While at the markets, we booked an "Adventure Tour" for Monday morning, at a market discounted price.
Monday, 25th August
Up early to be at the airport by 7.15 am to catch a sea plane out to a billabong near Litchfield National Park. Out of the plane ...
... our toiletry bag and in our dorm, it is extremely noisy due to parties in the bar. We change the room, but still have no quite, because the two girls in the room come home later in the night with male company.
Next I find the key for the bike not more, in Darwin there is nothing to see at and I'm not fine with drunken Aborigines who hang out in the park.
Luckily the weekend is over and I have the appointment with the quarantine ...
After an uneventful drive from the wonderful Kakadu, we arrived in Darwin. We stayed in a resort style caravan park, called free spirit, quite pricy, but worth it all the same. Gave a chance to have a bit of r&r. We went to darwin city night market, at Mindel beach where there was many art and craft and food stall, street performers and the like. Very nice market and a beautiful sunset. It was pretty significant to me reaching ...
... as he frantically raced around the base of the nest diligently carrying his dish.
i stood there a bit longer wondering if in fact they might (a) dig out the base of the grass? (b) chew off the base of the grass from the top? (c) totally eat the grass(d) give up and just use or make another hole?
i had other things to be doing so i left them to their business and unless i look tomorrow i will not know what happened. only i can tell you that ...