Pinctada Kimberley Grande
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Great pool heated frOm sun and comfortable. Nice dinner and breakfast
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Today was a travel Day, leaving Darwin at 9.30 am arriving in Kununurra before lunch. We gained an hour and a half as we are now in Western Australia which has the same time zone throughout the State. We still marvel at the weather, 33C every day and cloudless skies.
The view of the Ord River irrigation project as we approached Kununurra …
Last day here, yesterday we drove out to Hootchery and sampled whiskey, rum and a ver nice choc/coffee liquor. There is so much water everywhere but you really can't get into it easily. Went out for a nice dinner at a bar a short walk from park
... to stay at the Garandalng Campground, which is only 18km from the park entrance, rather than the Jarnem campground, which is 31 km from the entrance.
Generators are permitted at this park, but are only allowed to run until 8:30pm.
When we arrived we were the only group in the campground. We were soon joined by our travelling companions Jeff and Sarah. Sometime later in the evening a group of 4 German tourists also ...
... we were smelling a fragrance that originates from the sandalwood tree.
*Sandalwood was known in the past as wooden gold and its fragrance was said to be the link between heaven and earth. It has been used for 1000’s years in traditional Chinese and Australian Aboriginal medicine to treat skin complaints and tension. It is believed to have anti inflammatory, anti bacterial and relaxant properties. Australian aborigines used ...
Finally we have reached the Gibb River Road....stocked up on fuel, food and alcohol for next two weeks. Looking forward to river crossings, waterfalls, and gorges...however, bush fires meant half the gorges at El Questro were closed and all but a few waterfalls have almost dried up. The river crossings were pretty lame...ahh well we'll just have to come back another year when ...