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Robin Henry
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Our Europe and UK Jaunt
Rainbow Valley near Alice Springs Next Saturday we jet out of Central Australia for a four-month stint in Europe and United Kingdom. We'll spend a couple of days at Perth getting some new kit items and then head initially to Hong Kong. A day or two there (w...

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This is my first G-Shock. It's not just a watch for kids and emergency service workers. It's chock full of features.
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Perth - Our Loveliest Capital City?
I wonder whether Perth could be classified as our loveliest capital city. It has much going for it including that it’s not yet over-populated like Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. You actually feel like you have space here and getting a parking spot is neith...

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Merry Christmas from Our Caravan to Yours


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Remembering our heroes.

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Kakadu National Park
After a couple of rest days at Mataranka (Bitter Springs Caravan Park) we drove north-east to Kakadu National Park visiting Pine Creek en-route. Mataranka boasts hot springs in which people swim and relax, apart from that it doesn’t seem to have any other i...

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Visiting Darwin, Capital of the Northern Territory
We’ve been to Darwin dozens of times and for 18 months from 1997 lived there in the dreadful humidity until we could no longer stand it. At this time of year it was much less humid (the Dry Season) and pleasantly warmish. My main objective was to have a gro...

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The Devil's Marbles
The Devil’s Marbles is located south of Tennant Creek and north of the Devil’s Marbles Hotel at Wauchope (for some reason pronounced “walk up” which I could never understand). In the “old days” my parents and I used to visit Wauchope for the annual races ev...

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Outback Humour on the Stuart Highway
The Northern Territory and outback regions of Australia have long been known for strange humour, usually in the form of objects or signage. On this trip north, we revisited a few locations finding some of these oddities. First, there is Pine Creek Hotel whi...

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The evidence that technologically advanced vehicles travel around our planet is overwhelming. What we don't know is who is operating them, why or where they are from. This story could be correct.
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