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... let us join up membership - yeah!
We took Leila for a walk along the Fannie Bay coastline and enjoyed an ice cream treat from Nan. Explored the rocky coast line and lapped up the sunshine. We had bought some fresh fish and enjoyed dinner outside on the deck with a great meal and our very dear Nan with us.
... Berry Springs, a spot that we went to years ago and for a drive up the Cox peninsula, about 50 kms south of Darwin. The springs were as good as we remember.
We are staying at Howard Springs, about 20 kms south of Darwin CBD and it is very pleasant. The Springs nature park, a short drive away has a 1.8 km loop walk through the rainforest and we have adopted doing a few laps of that for our morning excercise. One way to beat the heat.
Well, off to Bali now ...
... need to stay at least over the weekend, and here in Darwin actually is nothing to do or to see. In addition, the cost of accommodation is extremely expensive ($ 35 per person per night, in Asia, we have paid in the average $ 6).
The phone marathon then goes all day until I finally have an appointment for the inspector. Let's see if he takes my bike or do I have to stay longer and must clean the motorbike again.
After a year in Asia and the ...
... Territory Wildlife Park and left at around 9:30. Stephen had a work phone call to do at 10:30 and we had to pull over a couple of kilometres before the park so that Stephen could dial in to the call from the back seat.
Narelle took Rachel and Cameron into the park while Stephen finished the call. The first place they went to was the 'Flight Deck' where there was a birds of prey show very much like the ...
... they were jumping a clear meter above water level, it really caused some screams and backwards movement from whoever was closest each time! Our last croc was Brutus, he is 80-90 years old and about 5.5m in length. He's had rather a tough life and is missing a couple of limbs. Dominator (?) is the other big males in this section of the river, apparently they'd had a fight this morning, hence he was too exhausted to do anything other than lie on the bank. Each water hole, section ...