I was quite impressed by the Australian National Maritime Museum. My highlight was to tour the submarine. We were able to look through the periscope. That was cool.
Their quarters were small and their beds were narrow as well.,
Then we went to a warship. There was way more room on that boat. There was one place where sailors slept and it was quite hot.
The officers had their own bar and place to be with other officers.
Finally we were able to visit a replica of Captain Cook’s boat. It was interesting when we went below deck. We had to walk like a crab, otherwise we would hit our head constantly.
This is where the soldiers ate and slept.
The museum had lots to offer. It had lots of info about boats, war on the Pacific and Europe and they even had a section for the aboriginals.
We ended with watching a documentary about sharks. It was interesting!
What a great time we had here. We were there for 3 hours and a half.
It is a must see!
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