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... but a different set up. It more of a series of cascading rockholes for about 80 metres. People were spread out all the way along with nicely shaded areas to sit back and relax in or you could sit in the water like as if you were in a spa bath.
Then it was back to the hotel around 5:30pm, we had dinner at the hotel restaurant around 6:30pm before going off to the open air deckchair cinema at 9:30pm for the movie 'Into the woods'. ...
Two lots of Campbell's headed off this morning for Darwin, bet you can't guess which party arrived at the caravan park first.... It was only about 3 hours from Katherine and we are staying 20 kms out of Darwin itself, as the parks out of town are much better. We are side by side, right next to the pool and jumping pillow (babysitters ...
... but the museum wasn't all that good besides those two things.
After the museum, we went to the wave pool, and it was awesome! There was two modes of the waves, normal and choppy. There were also boogie boards and the round tubes there too so that you could surf the waves there. That was way more fun than the mueum.
Drove from Darwin to Litchfield National Park, before that, we gave the car to someone who could fix it because it was broken, so ...
... dry. Most of the locals did seem a bit confused by the unusual rain at this time of the year and my bet is that there were lots of ' unhappy campers' around last night. It wasn't cold with the rain it just raised the humidity level. Back from the Mindil beach market! Bus service was excellent. Cost us 2 OAP just $2.00 each for a 3 hour return ticket which delivered us virtually door to door. The cloud cover did spoil the sunset a bit over ...
... was shallow and warm. By the time we began the ordeal of the return 'walk' the rest of the tourists had arrived. The news of the falls being open had travelled quickly. So why are they closed? Crocodiles! They move in during the wet season and the falls are not declared a safe area until the crocodile checkers have not trapped or sighted evidence of crocs for 2 weeks. That' s a lot of faith to put into some guys who you hope know what they are doing. Because of ...
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