A few days ago in the northern territory of Australia, a German female tourist was taken by a 4 metre crocodile. Her body was recovered the following day and was being "guarded" by the offending croc who was harpooned to enable recovery of her body. The victim was swimming in a waterhole with a number of other tourists at approximately midnight. Its hot up there. There were graphical signs around the waterhole warning of the dangers of crocs. They were all with a tour group, the organiser of which looks like being held responsible to some extent for the death as they failed to advise of the dangers sufficiently, as if any more advise was needed. There will be a story in tomorrow's Sun Herald, claiming the victim of the croc attack left the Sari Club in Bali about 30 minutes before the bomb went off and consequently was able to continue her holiday on to Australia. When your number is up there's no place to hide. Not even in a waterhole.