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... in part of the country to keep sheep safe and rabbits out, so nothing new. The goats could be farmed and exported for meat. A lot of life cattle and sheep get exported in Darwin, so that part of the organisation is in place already. This is the opinion of me, a fresh eyed tourist, who does not know too much about the country anyway and surely there will be plenty of things that I have overlooked. I'd love to do some more research about this though, to see if my point is valid ...
... crocodile in the waters in Litchfiled!
The guide of Litchfield was awesome, first we were shown the huge termite mounds which dot Litchfield like pimples then we were taken to Wangi Falls. Wangi has two amazing waterfalls which feed into a huge swimming hole with icy, crystal clear water. On the rocks there are also naturally formed plunge pools which you can jump in without touching the bottom! Next on the list was the breathtaking views of Litchfield from the top ...
... and the platter for two for us. We were not disappointed when we saw the waiter walking towards us and the meal was delicious. After a beautiful dinner and a couple of drinks it was time to walk back to the van and get some rest for the night. Unfortunately that wasn't going to be the case tonight as the couple next door got home about 10pm and started arguing. Luckily the kids were already ...
We have had a great day with Susan and Paul in their garden. They had a whole weekend to achieve a lot of work and with 7 extra helpers, we achieved such a lot on thier garden today! Old banana trees cut down, ...
It was lovely to have time with Edith while she was in Darwin, also caught up with some other great friends (Ann & Gary and Wendy & Phill) in Darwin which was great. The only thing I found hard was it was the first time since being on the road (almost 2 years) that I felt a bit displaced.
Last week had to fly home for ...