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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... and an hour and a half culture experience. We travelled about 90km from Darwin to Cooroboree Creek. Our cruise on the billabong included sighting crocodiles, birds and wildlife in their natural environment. After a 30min drive back to edge of the Padakul Community, we were given an insight into their rich culture, including bush tucker and medicine. Dennis had a go at playing the digjeridoo and we both tried throwing a spear, we would go ...
... to join us - have never seen an insect so big and will add the photos from Bob's camera later when we get home. Woke up to no rain and not much evidence that it had actually fallen last night. We had a chance meeting with the 2 Japanese ladies from the safari on a quick walk through Darwin before checking into our now very familiar Darwin accommodation. They were so excited to see us, I even got a hug which was nice. They are flying home ...
... that he and we be the first into the area for the season, the return to the camp for packing up was a 15 minute window which also had to include sweeping tents, packing up the breakfast stuff and all the other boxes etc, your own stuff, returning the sleeping bags and one sheet and pillow case to him and oh if you were lucky a very quick trip to the loo! I passed on the loo because they were all occupied and no way was I going to be last on the bus! We stopped for lunch ...
Hiiii! Yes, we're alive! ;) haven't had that much internet and still doesn't have unlimited so unfortunately you need to wait for the pictures from Whitsunday/Whitehaven, Cairns and from here in Darwin. But anyways, after the relaxing sailing outside of Airlie Beach we took the "short way" only 10h bus trip to Cairns. There is kind of nothing to do in Cairns except diving/snorkeling or rainforest but after 3 days ...
... we had the place to ourselves. Stunning! Our second water hole was a little more unsettling. We were told that a fresh water croc was living in the swimming hole but it was ok to swim there as the 'freshies', as they are called, would not kill you but only maybe nibble you a bit! Salt water crocs or 'salties' would definitely kill you though, as they will drag you the bottom, drown you, store you underwater until you rot and then eat you. Lovely! So with not actually knowing ...