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... skewers and mango slice, and Paul had a coconut chicken curry from Incredible India followed by rocky road slice. People were feeding bread and chips to the fork-tailed kites and the fish. There was excitement when a shark appeared, to join in the feast. However locals said it wasn't a shark at all but a fish called a cobia. We looked at the memorials to the bombing of Darwin 72 years ago. It was hard to believe that this happy place of families and visitors enjoying themselves ...
... of what was left from the evening before. I make my way down to the lagoon, there I sleep in the shade, the world spins and the grounds flows opposite, creating a swirl in my head, there is nothing more to do but hold tight.
1930 I manage to pull myself together and scrounge what money is left in my wallet, as for, hidden in a select corner of the coast, a 20 minute walk from the fake beach is a deckchair cinema, 'where the stars light the screen’. A warm atmosphere ...
... so does saying goodbye. Hopes of meeting up in the future are always
passed on; I guess it make the idea of never seeing each other again a softer
thought. Still no matter how long you’ve been doing it, no matter how many
times you say goodbye, to those who become good friends with who you share
moments with, it never becomes easier.
A night on the tiles is once again apparent, the tour group
finishes its final day in Katherine, after which most ...
... attacked Pearl Harbour. Enough history lesson. The outside display was of all the trucks, big guns and other debris of war left scattered around Darwin . There are identified WW2 sites and there are tours in army trucks to take you there. . In the huge concrete gun bunker there was a section on the Nackeroos that were the forerunner to Norforce. They were / are our northern front line eyes and ears working in the Kimberley and the NT.There was also a collection from the Vietnam ...
... Mindil beach markets were on tonight so we packed a picnic blanket and some champagne (as we had some news to tell) and each picked a meal from the various stalls before enjoying a variety dinner watching the sunset over the beach and exploring the huge markets! We spent about six days in Darwin exploring the botanical gardens, checking out WWII sites and stories (even walked ...
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So good to get here love Darwin, relaxed atmosphere.
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