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Day 15 Today we spent the day in Darwin, stocking up on food, water and fuel and planning our trip to Kakadu. We visited the tourism office to buy our National Park pass and found out that two of the main waterfalls and gorges were shut due to crocodile sightings and work occurring. Therefore we decided to cut our trip by a day and spend more time elsewhere. On finally purchasing our first mango of the season, I have included a photo to show you how important ...
... out that the main thing people like to do in Darwin is drink. The Main Street is called Mitchell Street and lined with bars, the main ones being Monsoons, Wisdom, shena****ns and the tap. I'd bought a bottle of red which I had a few glasses of at the hostel with a few people but avoided going out for more than one drink as I wasn't supposed to be on holiday anymore. A group of English guys had a TV in their dorm and a hard drive with hundreds of films so I had ...
... when we arrive, so decide to drive another 38 kms to Vince Connelly crossing, this one looks much better. We pull in off the road and get set up, but something is missing... It's our travelling companions who are still back in Darwin. It's not the same as we prepare for our first solo free camp since we left home 5 weeks ago. Where is my drinking buddy? We meet up with an lady's about our age who is travelling on here ...
... the wet season. Hence so many 4 x 4s with snorkel exhausts. It is too bad that the only aboriginies we have seen are in the cities where they are often staggering around drunk, yell at each other all the time and stink!
The afternoon was spent exploring Litchfield National Park. This is where the trip really got interesting. We drove right across the park to Wangi Falls but were denied swimming due to a ...
... your legs fighting over each other to get the bread and will take it out of your hand and even allow you to pat them. There was even a giant gropper that comes in and they feed it meat.
After that we walked along the Bi-centenial walk along the coast, taking in Gov't House, Parliament House, lookouts and monuments.
After picking up the car we went out to the old Fanny Bay Gaol after which we then settled ourselves down under a shady tree and read ...
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