Cullen Bay Serviced Apartments
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what a great place to stay, amazing views and very friendly / helpful staff
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It was hard to get up as we'd not had much time to sleep. The heat as we left the air conditioned hotel was like a punch to the stomach. We visited Crocodaurus Cove, looking at crocs, learning about them and feeding them, watching them jump out of the water to claim their tasty morsel. After learning the dangers we got to hold one. It may have been a baby with its mouth taped up but you could feel the pure muscle, it was incredibly fast as ...
... love them up here!!!!!! Making the most of the pool at park. I have even been doing Aqua Aerobics in the pool which has been great.
Took a run out to Fog Dam, very dry, lots of bird life but will go back after the wet.
We have had a few great meals out with the gang-Humpty Doo Tavern, Seafood on Cullen and Leitchfield Pub.
Well the day has come for us to leave our friends and head off to Adelaide ...
... Darwin at 1:30 in the morning. The flight was about four hours long, and I slept through most of it. Fun fact: the Northern Territory is actually in a different time zone, but the difference between the two time zones is only 30 minutes, not a full hour. Thus, 1:30 in Darwin was 2:00 in Brisbane.
Too late to pick up my car, I found a comfy, cushioned bench in the terminal and slept until about ...
... we were going to pass out in the heat. Temperatures were due to reach 38 degrees, which is HOT. A lot of the day was driving in the air conditioned mini-bus, so the heat hit us hard when we got out for walks. We never walked too far though. We were mainly looking at aboriginal art on the stones and cliffs within the park. After we did the art walks we scrambled up a rock front to an amazing panoramic view of the national park. The landscape was ...
... for the rodeo tickets to go on sale. The doors opened at 4pm and the first rodeo wasn't until 6pm so after buying tickets ($30 each), we went to the Noonamar Tavern for a few drinks. We were looking for somewhere to sit down when an South African guy told us we could sit at his table. He was really nice, he was there with his girlfriend and female friend who was really into rodeo (they were inside the rodeo saving seats). We sat with him for a while drinking and talking, he gave us ...