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David on it.
Quick one this. Up and checked out by 1000. Good riddance to the rude German girls. We did washing, went shopping all day for some much needed clothes, prepared food for the trip and caught the shuttle to the airport.
At Darwin we got the shuttle to the hotel. And oh how nice it was to have the luxury of our own big room, fridge, big shower, big bed, big thick towels and nobody at all to bother us. ...
It was so good to see the coast again after weeks of dry country. The beaches around Darwin were beautiful, but unfortunately not for swimming, with stingers and regular croc sightings. The city has certainly made up for the lack of beach time by putting in lots of pools and waterparks. We went to the wave lagoon on the waterfront, which was great fun for the kids (and Gav) but also welcome relief on a 38 degree day.
It was a great surprise for ...
... be caught to safely remove the lure from its back. Its size was approximately 1.6 mtr.
Nic the croc expert landed him safely and with out injury or stress. Good opportunity to look him over before releasing him back to his natural habitit , minus 1 hook. Its a great feeling when you assist animals and make them comfortable. Any way we headed home and hit the **** sack around 0200 am. Another late night.
... we obtained some info on where to visit. The roads mostly empty and we are nearing the end of the tourist season which has advantages but it is hot, up to 37C the thermometer says. The woodland is less dense than I expected, in places there are low hills with weathered granite type outcrops. I would describe it as beautiful but not pretty. Found a good campsite, Kakadu Lodge, with power to run the aircon, a ...
... 3-5 hours. Beautiful walk and we were accompanied by a myriad of bird calls. Ruth thought it was like a choir with various parts singing together. Woollybutt trees were flowering and other lovely vegetation. The pool itself was fabulous and we were the only ones swimming. How idyllic!!!!!! The track to the pool is the last part of the Jatbula Trail which runs from Katherine Gorge to Edith Falls and there were a few walkers coming through. By the time ...
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