4 edition of Lowana Comes to Darwin found in the catalog.
September 3, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||108|
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A third book is currently being written as a sequel to “Lowana Comes to Darwin” and books on other voyages are also planned. Russ still lives in Darwin in the Northern Territory of. Lowana Comes to Darwin - Kindle edition by Russ Swan.
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He’s also a freelance travel-writer and author having published magazine articles and another book “Lowana Comes to Darwin”, which is the first in a chronological series on his voyages he plans to write. Russ now lives in Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Lowana glides comfortably through the lock gates of the Darwin Mooring Basin, and comes to a stop without any embarrassing glitches. When the water levels inside the lock and the inner marina are level, the lockmaster opens the gate and directs me over to a particular berth that has been reserved for us.
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