Grungle Downs Tropical Bed and Breakfast
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... a collection of interesting sailing ships, many from Indonesia, We were served lunch by an attractive young Irish lass who advised me she was French when I asked what part of Ireland she was from. I have been away too long!
It was during the third voyage of HMS Beagle (1837-1843) when they were surveying the north coast that the Town of Palmerston was named. It was later renamed Darwin after Charles Darwin, ...
... thoughtful of dearest Nan.
Jacob was booked into a Robotics Information Session at the Library from 4:00 till 5:00 so I took all 3 of them to give Nan some quiet time. We read and played giant Lego whilst Jacob learnt how to program small robots!!! Science Week so lots of good things happening!
Moff and I got ready for friends coming for dinner, ...
... the photos so we will let you enjoy them as they speak for themselves of the beauty of this place!
... first line going down, the first fish got dragged on board: snapper, dewfish, gt, mangrove jack and barramundi. We got the lot. Total catch for the morning was thirty and we kept eight. Ian and George will live off them for weeks. Great day for all of us, especially Jez who caught his biggest fish ever, a 60cm dewfish. Thanks Ian and George for a great day out.
That afternoon, we re-configured the car and camper for a two man team. Chores should be a lot easier ...