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... Wasserfälle geradezu explodierten und auf Grund der Regenzeit die Besucherzahlen gering waren.
In Darwin hatten wir nun noch weitere 2,5 Tage zu füllen. Den ersten Tag haben wir dabei sehr sinnvoll verbracht mit ... Nichtstun! Auch mal eine sehr angenehme Abwechslung! Ansonsten hatten wir uns an einem Morgen Darwin angeguckt -was zugegebenermaßen nicht allzu aufregend war- bevor es nach 4 Tagen im Top End mit nun insgesamt gerade mal 30kg ...
... During our time here we will be travelling huge distances and we are looking forward to seeing how the landscape, climate and culture varies. You can see from what we have got planned that we are going to be very busy, but we want to make the most of our time here by seeing and doing as much as possible.
We are looking forward to sharing more with you about our travels through Australia.
DaveO finishing as Jane is proof reading...
When the sun went down our original plan was to go for a walk around Darwin (if we'd managed to finish the blog). We hadn't finished and it was the best wifi we had so we carried on.
The time is now 12.03am and our blog is up to date. The relief....
We have to be up at 1:20am for our flight to the Philippines via Singapore. The flights will pass quick as I am sure we will sleep we'll.
Left early and visited an ancient Aboriginal site with amazing art on the cave walls, drove back to Darwin and in the evening went to the Mindil Market on the beach. We also went to the Cultural Centre in Kakadu it was free to enter no one there telling you what to do just 2 signs , no photography and please don't damage any of the ...
... hours. They have things called road trains which are exactly what they sound but a bit nerve wracking to overtake even though there's nothing coming the opposite way for miles. Once in the national park we headed up to a place called Ubirr which had a lot of aboriginal rock art and a climb up onto some rocks which overlooked a billabong and mass of landscape which looked more like Africa than Australia. We timed it perfectly to get there for sunset and sat watching ...