Our day had a alarming start to it. At 5am there was a loud beeping noise. Awaking suddenly I thought we had a bird in the room!
No it wasn’t………. it was the fire alarm outside our bedroom. We all came stumbling out half asleep to both alarms beeping loudly. And this was meant to be our sleep in day after two early touring days.
No fire. So we quickly rang reception. “Send help we called.” Jill appeared with a broom and Steve thought she was going to do a little sweeping. No, it was to push the off button.
It took at least half an hour of ear piercing alarm before the maintenance man arrived and removed the battery !
After a cup of tea we headed back to bed for another 2 hours sleep.
A little treat this morning. A lovely walk back to the waterfront precinct where we had dinner last night. This area really has added a lot of life to Darwin.
There are gardens with lovely seating and lounges, restaurants, a wave pool, a protected swimming area, a very long jetty out to the Royal Flying Doctors, and new apartments.
We enjoyed brunch and a little people watching before continuing our walk out to Mr Barra for prawns for dinner.
We decided on a quieter day. The Wilsons have been out touring Kakadu and are ready for a ‘down’ day.
We got very hot walking so headed to the pool for a swim and another walk up to Mitchell Street and to seek out some street art.
We finished the afternoon on our verandah having a few cool glasses of Prosecco and beer and playing cards! Great fun
Let’s hope we don’t have the alarm go off again tonight!