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... back into the gorge proper in a section called “the narrows”. And indeed it is narrow. At some point I stretch out both arms and come just half a meter short of touching both sides of the gorge. At the same time the gorge is at its deepest here with the walls towering at least 30 to 40m above. It reminds us a bit of the gorges of Karijini, where we were ages ago (July). But this is a bit more friendly, perhaps also because there’s no water ...
... to people who had just landed. The cards themselves cost $6 each and most of the people in the taxi/bus queue would need one but most people were too sceptical at this hairy stranger offering something free to take them off our hands.
Jane had been a good girl scout as usual and put two pot noodles (Asian brand) in the carry on. Once through security at Melbourne Airport we got some boiling water from the cafe and enjoyed our free lunch. Thanks again to Jodie and Jez for ...
... the line to go back into the transit area.
The flight to Amsterdam left Singapore at 11.55pm. After takeoff we settled in for the long night. At about 2am we were provided with dinner, and then it was lights out. Unfortunately, David and I had someone in our row, who sat in the aisle seat - and unfortunately, he managed to do lots of sleeping! This meant that it was NOT easy to exit the seat to ...
... including one Kathmandu item we bought for our upcoming NZ trip. But our quick stop was made longer by the discovery of a yoghurt explosion in the backpack. Out came the baby wipes to deal with the disaster. (For all you wondering what a family with two boys over 8 is doing carrying baby wipes, have a baby or two and use the wipes for a few years and you'll realise they are indispensable.) We considered momentarily leaving ...
... it by the end of my time there, I spent most of my time just running around and chatting to the guy marking me, I often hot help from them as I told them I didn't really know what I was doing, not that I really had to tell them, it was pretty obvious. There are so many stories of my time there, but it's hard to get them all written down, I'm sure I'll tell you all one day. That basically brings up to date, I'm in Adelaide now waiting for a lift to Perth with a guy ...