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... to the hostel we sampled some of Italy's finest pizza and pasta, cooked by South Korea's finest chefs and soon called it a day when we got back.
Tuesday 31st March 2015
We made full use of our free continental breakfast only available in the month of March before heading to Crocosaurus Cove for 9AM sharp with one major intention - Cage diving with Salt water Crocodiles. We arrived as they were lifting the shutters and we got our wrist bands for ...
... the far east (where I think I’ll struggle to get them!). The day was spent meandering around with my Dad, Peter, Mike and James – nothing strenuous at all, just a wonder in town. It sounds a little less adventurous than previous destinations but I wasn’t at all dissatisfied with it.
3 days later we reached Darwin, a city that got a lot of stick before we got there. Many Austrailians and visitors alike tend to refer to Darwin as “boring”, ...
... degrees and not too many clouds around. Luckily the pools were signposted ‘safe for swimming’ and after watching an Australian father and his daughter jump in one and swim around for five minutes, we deemed it safe to jump in and join them. We had a lovely hour relaxing in the pool in some shade and chatting to our new Aussie friends and learning a bit about their fascinating country.
... you can swim in), the termite mounds which are huge. If you are lucky you might even see a wallaby which I did luckily but it was over before I knew it. There are no entry fees to Litchfield National Park and there are areas to camp.
To fulfil my wish of seeing crocs I spent most of my day at Crocosaurus Cove which is in the city centre. It cost me $32 which was heeps cheaper and to be honest with you a much better experience than just seeing crocs swim ...
... The informal motto is NT country; Northern Territory, not today, not tomorrow and not Tuesday. The population represents 73 nationalities. The city has been almost completely destroyed twice. It was devastated by the Japanese air raids during World War II and then by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. Now it is one of Australia's most modern cities. The city has a long dry season and the hottest month is November, just before ...