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... and culture display, a gallery devoted to Alfred Wallace and the Wallace Line, and another devoted to Cyclone Tracey which again destroyed Darwin in 1974 (this time 98percent destruction). Modern Darwin is built of steel and concrete -no more flimsy materials and asbestos up on stilts. That evening we met up with an old friend who was in town for a conference, and we instructed her in eating Japanese food. Ironic really that the forces of destruction ...
... crocodiles and since the inception of this great inland sea, fresh water crocodiles have thrived. When they hatch each year there can be 75,000 in the lake. They don't bite unless you annoy them and unlike salties will swim away from you instead of attacking and eating you. However I am not willing to give it a try just to prove them right. You can take plane and helicopter rides, boat cruises and you can also take a cruise on the Ord river that will take ...
... silver cobbler fish (a type of catfish) meats and salad. Miki had fish and wasn't all that keen on the texture. Apparently it sells in fish markets for $40 kg. Lunch was served on a lovely little island where a fresh water crocodile was waiting for us to land. There are over 30,000 fresh water crocs in Lake Argyle. The more adventurous passengers went for a swim off the back of the boat. Not for us though, the water temp was only 23. Day has been lovely. Mikwen ...
... birds and other wildlife creatures. At one point we stopped and held food in-front of spitting fish is they spat at us, it was great until you got too wet. I created a strategy of holding the food near dads face, it backfired of course!! By the time the cruise was over, it was about 4:00 o'clock. We went home, had dinner ( Porter house steak ) and tried to enjoy our last night at Emma Gorge as best we could. ...
... crocs don't bite, after all they have to eat something! The caravan park pool is much safer and they have sun lounges. This morning we drove 100km north west to Wyndham which is Australia's most northerly township. On the way we stopped off at a grotto. It is a small gorge with 140 steps to the bottom. Some parts were a bit steep but not a hard climb down or back up. (All steep climbs are now compared to the Everest like climb at Kings Canyon). ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kununurra
although our stay was pleasant, the room clean and comfortable. Good food available for dinner through the restaurant, we were dissapointed that our car was broken into in the hotel car park..... they do warn guests but maybe they should be more proactive about carpark security?
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