Alatai Holiday Apartments
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We got to Darwin around 10am after a bit of a delay to the flight. Flight delays are a lot less annoying when you are not in a rush. We originally had booked just one night in the hostel because we were thinking about doing a 2 or 3 day tour to Kakadu National Park, which is the largest and one of the most popular in the whole country. We had heard mixed reports about it (it is often called "Kaka-don't" because it is quite a long way ...
... we set off for a day trip to Katherine Gorge in the Nitmiluk National Park, two and a half hours south along the Stuart Highway. It was a long and monotonous drive with the scenery never changing. As we arrived at the gorge, by luck we had timed it perfectly to join a boat trip. This way we could get inside the gorge and also do a small hike along the riverbank.
The scenery within the gorge ...
... the first look out wasn't that great, we (I, Lexie disagreed) saw a pelican. 8P But on the second one we saw a flock of Pelicans just lazily siting (siting or resting or flying, maybe they were just swimming) BTW Pelicans sound like fat boars (wild pigs if you didn't know) LOL. The third lookout was the best, there were crocs (we didn't see any though :( ) turtles, birds and people. After that we stared to do this monsoon walk thingy with a fake thunderstorm but ...
I love Darwin. Never thought I would say that but I've had such a great time up here. My friend Dan who I met on the plane coming to Sydney has put me up for a few days while I was there.
I think I like Darwin because it's really small and it's not like the other city with tall buildings. There doesn't really seem to be a city part as no-one is dressed up in suits, everyone is dressed really casually. I feel like I'm on holiday in Magaluf or something like that, ...
... evening was terrific as we were able to catch up with a number of our friends from church. The other really enjoyable meal was at the Sailing Club on the evening before when some of Ruth’s work friends and one of Andrew’s joined us for a meal. Very pleasant time.
We could easily have stayed longer but dental appointments in Adelaide call so we left Judy and Dale’s on Sunday 28th and headed for Litchfield for 3 nights ...