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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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... to the barra spot, he didn't buge & was still in the same spot 2 hours later. We left Mainoru (Central Arnhem Hwy, Northern Territory) last Wednesday, drove to Darwin, Peter flew to Brisbane & I drove to Kununurra (Western Australia). I finally loaded the ute & trailer with all our 'stuff' I think its definitely time to down size again ...LOL!
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... br> *Each year Home Valley runs a trainee program for 10 indigenous trainees who study and hopefully get certificates in different areas of station activity. A white Australian member of the management team explains that the indigenous trainees do not always finish the course. Last year only 2 completed the course successfully. He says that one of the problems relates to their culture of sharing – this means that on return to ...
... to getting a stable footing and we were all wearing walking boots. After an hours fairly strenuous walk we reached the end go the gorge and it was magnificent. The gorge ends at a large rock pool surrounded by towering cliffs with a 65m droplet waterfall at one end of the pool and water fall was actually still falling even this late in the dry season. It would be amazing to see it in the wet. We had a beautiful, refreshing swim in the pool - the water at Emma Gorge is ...
... gorge and it was beautiful. The sun was shining on one face of the cliff covered in ferns with water droplets falling off in slow motion. We swam underneath and looked up into the golden droplets..so magical....climbing further around the rock ledge we found a hot spring running though the rock with tiny little frogs jumping around. Really fun AND we had it almost all to ...
... the little blue bags that they had in the seats in front. I think the rum was a mistake.
The Bungle Bungles have been home to the Kitja people for over 20,000 years. A film crew were in the area making a documentary about Australian landscape in 1983 and had just finished filming. They got chatting to an Aboriginal guy in a bar that evening who asked if they'd filmed the Bungles. They'd never heard of it and the next day took a plane out to find it. ...