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Palmerston

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  • Day279

    Um 09.00 Uhr war heute unser Termin bei der Anwältin von Legal Aid in Palmerston. In einer Stunde galt es zusammen mit der Dolmetscherin Joseline aus der Schweiz alles darzustellen und zu sortieren....
    Was ist mit der Rückerstattung der Campermiete incl. Versicherung....anteilig für den ersten Camper und für den stornierten Camper?
    Wie sieht es mit Schadensersatzansprüchen aus für die verbrannten Sachen und die kaputt gegangenen Dinge?
    Was ist mit Schmerzensgeld?
    Im Ergebnis dieser Zusammenkunft, meinte die Anwältin, dass sie sich sehr sicher sei, dass wir die Campermiete zurückerstattet bekommen und sie sich darum kümmere.
    Schadensersatzansprüche und Schmerzensgeld wären davon abhängig, ob der Unfallgegner eine Versicherung hätte....Was in Australien nicht unbedingt üblich sei....🤔🤨🙄😏...und dann wären die Chancen schlecht....😲
    https://www.allianz.com.au/car-insurance/third-party-property-damage-car-insurance/
    Insgesamt könne die Anwältin uns vier Stunden kostenfrei vertreten und die Zeit bräuchte sie für die Klärung des Campersachverhaltes.
    Für alles weitere würde sie uns dann Ende nächster Woche einen anderen Anwalt empfehlen, mit dem wir denn auch per e-mail und Whatsapp kommunizieren könnten.
    .....und schwupps war der Termin nach einer guten Stunde zu Ende....und wir hatten jede Menge Hausaufgaben mitbekommen....✒✏📒📞👩‍💻👨‍💻
    Gerne folgten wir noch Joselines Einladung auf einen Kaffee zu ihr nach Hause, gleich um die Ecke bei uns... und schwatzten noch schön...Sie erzählte uns, dass sie gerade ein Buch über Heiligendamm liest und ganz angetan ist von den lanschaftlichen Beschreibungen der Ostseeküste...😊...schmunzel....Wir mögen die Ecke dort auch sehr.😉😉😊 Ja und dann sah ich am Kühlschrank einen Magneten mit dem "Bruderkuss"....man glaubt es nicht....Jahrzehnte später in Australien bei einer Schweizer Familie....🤔😮😳
    ....und dann hieß es Ausruhen, denn wir wollten heute Abend endlich auf den Sunset Mindelbeach Market, der jeden Donnerstag und Sonntag stattfindet....🌅🌅🌅
    http://www.australien-reisetipps.de/northernterritory/was-tun-in-darwin-unsere-top-10/
    ....und es war voll....so voll, dass man kaum einen Parkplatz fand....und auch auf dem Markt und am Strand.....Menschen, Menschen, Menschen....an einem ganz gewöhnlichen Donnerstag abend...🤔🤔🤔😯....die Darwiner sind ja echt ein unternehmungslustiges Völkchen...😊😉👌
    Auf dem Markt gab es alles Mögliche zu essen...ob japanisch, chinesisch, balinesisch, griechisch, italienisch, russisch, spanisch, deutsche Haxe oder gar Schweizer Raclette....alles was das Herz bzw. der Magen begehrte...🌯🌮🥙🍗🍔🍟🌭🥘🥗🍕🧀🥩🍩😋😋😋....und natürlich durften die Verkaufsstände mit allen möglichen und unmöglichen Zeug nicht fehlen....😊💍💄📿👠👒👜👚👙🧣👖🧥🕶👕🧦
    Aber erst einmal wollten wir den Sonnenuntergang sehen🌅🌅🌅....und da saßen die Australiier mit ihren Campingstühlen🧘‍♂️🧘‍♀️💺wie im Kino am Strand und schauten Sonnenuntergang...🌅👀😎😊....und wir gesellten uns dazu, bis wir mitbekamen, dass da Kampfjets so etwas ähnliches wie eine Flugshow dicht über den Köpfen der Zuschauer in die untergehende Sonne hinein veranstalteten.🌅✈🛫
    Die Manöver und die besondere Lautstärke des Überschalls wurden mit viel Beifall und Begeisterungsrufen begleitet....total verrückt. Marc und ich waren uns einig, dass wir uns nicht vorstellen können, dass so etwas in Deutschland oder in der Schweiz erlaubt wäre.🤔
    Später dann auf dem Markt wollten wir unbedingt noch ein Tuch 🧣und möglichst ein Sweatshirt 🧥für mich kaufen. Das war leichter gesagt als getan....aber am Ende hatte ich wenigstens ein Tuch....und was für eins...ein Magic scarve...Wir haben es bei Lisa, einer Deutschen, die die vielfältigen Tragweisen dieses Schals sehr überzeugend rüberbrachte, gekauft....😊
    http://www.magicscarves.com.au/
    Wie sie erzählte lebt sie seit vier Jahren in Darwin und lebt hier einfach nur ihren Traum.😊
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  • Day17

    Darwins Leanyer Park and Mindil Markets

    August 27, 2017 in Australia

    What a day! After a much needed sleep in and a quiet morning we took the girls to the Leanyer Recreational Park which is fantastic and best of all, absolutely free!! Three huge waterslides, a water park and huge swimming pool. Not sure how the locals don't live here! The kids are ready to move! They didn't stop for nearly two hours until we dragged them away. Even Joe enjoyed the slides!

    Afterwards we headed to Mindil Beach for the famous markets and sunset and it didn't disappoint! We arrived at quarter to four as the stalls were nearly finished setting up. This ment we got a reasonable park and were able to look around before the crowds turned up. The smells from the food stalls were amazing. By 4.30 we could've had dinner but we held off. We splurged on a bird and Reptile experience at the other end of the market with us all deciding which type of bird we should get once we're home. Paige fell in love with a Sulfer-crested cockatoo called Lilly (sorry neighbours), Lara loved the female ekkie and Joe is still partial to Macaws. We also got to hold some of their reptiles including a 3.5m Olive Python.

    There were a lot of great stalls with the odd junk stall thrown in but in all it was one of the best markets we've been to. Paige and Joe tried their hand at whip cracking, Lara got her much anticipated Crocodile skin bracelet (with real teeth!) and after choosing from the vast array of food for dinner (from which Paige still chose chicken nuggets and chips) we went to the beach to watch the sunset. We were just a few in the hundreds of people on the beach. It was beautiful.

    Afterwards we watched a fire dancing street performer and wandered through the markets again. We had one last visit with the birds before making our way back to the car. It was nearly 8.30pm by the time we got back to the van. It's been a huge afternoon! The girls should be much more tired than they seem!
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  • Day16

    Driving to Darwin

    August 26, 2017 in Australia

    We were ready to head of around 8.30 this morning ready to head to Darwin. We are all a bit over driving so the day dragged out a bit. We hit 5000kms as we passed through Katherine! The termite mounds went from 1 - 2 foot high to maybe 3 meters by the time we reached Darwin. We also had to drive through a few bush fires, mostly burnt out but still smouldering. There are a lot of fires in this area at the moment but for the most part the appear to be left to burn themselves out.

    We set up at the Darwin Free Spirit Resort while the girls checked out the three swimming pools we set up and got organised and had cheese and biscuits for afternoon tea once the girls came back. It is much hotter than we expected up here. But as the afternoon breeze kicked in just after 4.30 we began to feel like we could relax.

    The girls went back to the pool and we went for a walk around the park. The cafe next to the pool looks like a nice spot for dinner one night before we leave. As for tonight, something quick and early to bed. Joe and I are exhausted!
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  • Day20

    Darwin - Last Day

    August 30, 2017 in Australia

    We decided reluctantly to spend our last day catching up on a few jobs we needed to get done before moving on to Kakadu tomorrow. The girls went to a colouring activity run by the caravan park, we went for a drive to a caravan shop and a Woolworths for a few bits and pieces then back to the caravan park and for the kids, back to the pool after they tidies their areas in he car.

    Jon arrived back around 4pm and set up for the night. We met our lovely neighbour in the van behind us then we went into Darwin for another beautiful meal at Crustaceans. We took a bit of time reading all the information about the bombing of Darwin along the wharf on the way back to the car.

    Heading back for a not so early night before heading to Kakadu in the morning. We certainly could've stayed here longer! So much more to see and do.
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  • Day58

    Dads gone! It’s just Arlie and I for 3 weeks now.
    We’re set up in a great location by the pool!
    The weather is great so we’re making the most of it!
    Swimming lesson start next week for Arlie 🙂

  • Day66

    Mothers day in Darwin

    May 13 in Australia

    Just Arlie and I today 🙂
    We laughed together so much when we woke up😂
    As Arlie gave me a fright and then we couldn’t stop laughing it was Awsome 💕
    She is just amazing and I feel very blessed to have such a beautiful loving daughter!
    We went to rapid creek markets to get our fresh produce for the week!
    Now relaxing at the caravan park!
    Arlie is loving walking and feeling very clever 🙂

  • Day72

    The great escape...

    May 19 in Australia

    So now Arlie is off to see the world 😳
    Better watch out mum, cause there’s no containing her inside the annex!!!
    She is growing so much every day now, saying new words and learning so quickly!
    I love it ❤️
    Only 1 week until our favourite man is home!

  • Day77

    Nightclff Coastwalk, Darwin

    May 24 in Australia

    Had such a great morning... went for a costal walk this morning, which was stunning.
    Then stumbled across an Awsome playgroup that meets every day at different locations!
    It’s called the fun bus, there’s 3 staff members who drive round and set up play area and toys for all the kids to enjoy 🙂 age 0-5
    And equipment and toys change also!
    Made a couple of mum friends 😉
    Excited to take Arlie every day, she loved itRead more

  • Day38

    Crocodylus Park, Darwin

    July 24, 2017 in Australia

    An awesome crocodile farm with hundreds of crocodiles - from babies to ginormous crocs.
    Apart from crocodiles this park has meerkats, turtles, lions, wolfs, ponys, monkeys, lizards, and lots more animals.
    It also has a show on crocodile feeding, I got to hold a stick with some meat on it out into the middle of a crocodile enclosure and then, all of a sudden, a huge crocodile jumped out of the pool and grabbed the meat off the stick. I can still remember the sound of the huge snap of his jaws.
    We got to hold a baby crocodile called "Stapler" and a corn snake called "Abby".
    A really interesting and fun park.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

Palmerston, پالمێرستن, پالمرستون, პალმერსტონი, پالمرسٹون, Палмерстон, 帕默斯頓

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