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... he was often visiting there!
We went to Rapid Creek Markets and Nannie bought treats like mango smoothies. We drove straight to the Nightcliff Markets which were a lot more crafty and there we enjoyed some lunch.
We went shopping to prepare for the Unit and then got the key to settle ...
... followed the path right to where the glasses fell and we got them back.
We then caught the bus back to the main entrance and bought lunch at the canteen there which was simple food at a reasonable price.
After we had eaten we took the bus to the aquarium which was an excellent display. Lots of fish and turtles as well as a freshwater crocodile and a big salt water crocodile. Cameron really liked the ...
... to swim in the sea because of box jellyfish and saltie's! James found a job after a couple of days and we had a leaving meal to say our goodbyes and end the road trip. Of course we went to hogs breath for our meal. James managed to get a job on an aboriginal island working in a store for a couple of months which was good as he needed the money! We were lucky and got our tax returns in time, so on ...
... out to the Sailors Club for dinner and saw a lovely sunset over the sea. No swimming here though as the crocs and box jellyfish are too prevalent. Sunday Bit of a catch up day, van repairs/ tinkering by Paul and Dean, more shorts for the girls and restocking of food by Kath & I. We went into Darwin that evening for the Mindil Market. Another great sunset, along with a really great atmosphere. Bek was fascinated watching an aboriginal woman work on her painting. She was ...