miwahni (miwahni) wrote,
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Couldn't have planned it better if I tried

What a fairytale ending to my Northern Territory adventure - a victory by Craig Lowndes at Hidden Valley this afternoon! All in all a very exciting day. The racing was fantastic to watch, and there was a bit of off-track excitement when a three-foot long snake slithered into a baby stroller, causing quite a commotion.
So tonight hot, tired and happy. We fly out tomorrow late morning, back home to the cold. I've been enjoying the weather up here and it will be a bit of a shock to go back to single-digit overnight temperatures after an average overnight low of 20 degrees.



A few piccies - I'm not the world's best photographer but I wanted to put a couple up here.

Brisbane CBD, flying out Thursday morning.

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Sunset over Mindil Beach, Thursday night
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East Point, looking back across the bay to Darwin proper, my sister in view.

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Our hire car at the Military Museum, Friday

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Safe swimming lagoon, with the boom across to prevent the entry of crocodiles and box jellyfish.
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Main straight, Hidden Valley, taken from the terrace hairpin, showing the big viewscreen erected for the fans.
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Steel power poles. Timber wouldn't last, what with the six-month wet season and the termites.
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All that remains of the old Town Hall after Cyclone Tracy swept through.
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Peewees on the Beach, where we had dinner tonight.

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And now I shall put this tired bod to bed. 'Night all!
Tags: darwin, holiday, v8 supercars
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