Mantra in the Village Resort
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... fair share of pancakes packed to the gills with everything you can imagine from gummy worms to M&Ms to Red Velvet versions, I’ve tried em all. My love for pancakes is matched only by my love for ice cream. I would dare say I’ve tried more flavors of ice cream than most families put together, and my ice cream creations have more toppings than a casserole has ingredients. Pancakes and ice cream have basically been a staple for me over ...
... and are gone from 8:30-5pm which just wouldn't work for us and helicopters were just too $ and didn't seem to offer much. A bit of a bummer but at 5:30 this eve we figured it just wasn't work so that's all fine - we'll just have to head somewhere a little closer next time if we want to try some snorkelling.
But we did have a great day at a wildlife sanctuary. We did a guided tour with just a few other people ...
... is a flightless bird, quite a big bird actually, at maybe 2 m tall, with the bulk to go with it. Distinctively it has a bright blue head and neck with a strange horn-like structure on top of its head, a flash of red and a dark body. What is particularly of note is that it has a clawed feet, and one of these claws is elongated and is dagger sharp, and they have been known to kick and injure humans. The local signs say be "casa wary!" and ...
... spot to sleep as it was next to another tree, meaning a snake could slither up the adjacent tree and eat it.
Continued walking and the next thing we saw was a wasps nest, it was just off the path, good thing to as the guide said if you’d have walked into their nest (conveniently built on a plant at about knee height), then they would have all gone mental and stung you.
There was also some white fruit on the floor. It grows from a tree, but not off the branches, ...
... I don’t suppose you’re in much of a state to complain.
We went to a crocodile/nature reserve for the day on Meg’s 13th birthday (my little girl all big and grown up and teenager like!) called Hartleys - and saw some really huge ones being fed - very, very scary things. One death ( as per the rangers here) that occurred in 2013 was up in the Mary River in Darwin - there are LOADS of crocs up in the Northern Territories - some people ...