Ibis Styles Katherine
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This morning we loaded our things onto the coach and made our way to our next destination. After a brief picture opportunity at the entrance sign to Kakadu National Park, we stopped off at Mayse's café in Pine Creek, a small town with a population of 655, making it the fourth largest town between Darwin and Alice Springs. After stocking up on …
... road again. Kept driving towards Katherine, got as far as this free camp and stopped. Literally stopped too – as I said to Dawn – no getting away tonight if there are any axe murderers on the loose! We have been indulging ourselves though, soaking our feet to get rid of the red dirt that is becoming ingrained.
Friday (think it is Friday as we are loosing track of the days, as one does when we don't have to work - ...
Woke up at 7:00 this morning planning to go to Darwin via Batchelor. We had a leisurely breakfast and packed up the van and we're on the road a little after 9:30. We drove in to Batchelor and some of the steep hills (10% gradient) wee hard work for the car. We stopped at Batchelor for petrol and a coffee and a quick look at a miniature replica castle that a local had made. We spoke to Stephen's parents on the phone for a while and then he spoke to ...
... and got back on the highway and headed north. About 15km up the road we realised that the turn off to Jabiru must have been on the highway where it bypassed the town! So we quickly decided to reverse the order of our top end experience and head to Litchfield instead. We stopped at Hayes Creek for lunch and to look at the maps and information about Litchfield National Park which confirmed that we couldn't take the caravan on the Reynolds Rover ...
... will research these aspects and give my theory to Michael when we next catch up.
So we turn left on the Stuart Highway and they turn right to Darwin Airport. We stopped at Adelaide River as we had spied a coffee van at the small market there. Turned out from the 6 stalls, we bought items from 5. The township of 150 people decided they needed some of the tourism dollars which drove thru their town each day so ...