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... many teeth left but had still be feeding on a croc that another one of the big males had just killed. After the cruise we headed back to the park to clean up and then head into Darwin for a walk around and then our Sunset Harbour Cruise with Cape Adieu Cruises. We had a lovely evening cruising the harbour and eating a lovely dinner, as usual the weather was perfect and it was still 30 degrees when we hopped off the ...
... of butterflies just fluttering around in this beautiful place. Afterwards we headed through to Litchfield NP, the back way using the Reynolds River 4wd track, no caravans allowed the sign said at he start. The sign at the first river crossing said no caravans and trailers, too late we had come this far and we weren't turning back as we plunged into the deep sandy crossing. Down we went, then out the other-side we popped, Liz's first heart attack of the day. ...
... the way, we saw a big golden orb spider! We got back to the car and drove to Wangi Falls.
We got to Wangi Falls, and it was a short walk in to a massive pool with an awesome waterfall slamming down into the water, and the water was absolutely FREEZING! We swam in there for a little bit, then we got out because of the coldness. We walked back to the car, and this time we went to Tolmer Falls.
It was a nice flat walk to the most amazing lookout ...
... Darwin bombings in WWII. Nice cafe too overlooking the water. Then a short stroll along the coast to the famous Mindil Beach market where we continued to contribute to Darwin's economy. Watching sunset sitting on the beach eating local produce was just gorgeous.
Monday we visited Doctors Gully, where the fish come in at high tide to be fed, and literally nibble your toes. We then went to the Indo ...
... with all the walking. Despite suffering with 2 stuffed knees as well as the heat she has easily handled all of the punishment. I had previously seen plenty of rock art, and failed to be impressed, but the quality here is worth the trip alone. I now realise what all the fuss is about. After leaving Kakadu we met up with Jane and Bun in Darwin. They are holidaying there for a month and we are staying with them in Jane's house which is literally on Darwin Golf ...
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