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29/6/15 - 2/7/15 Mardugal - Yellow Water (Ngurrungurradjba) - Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre Continuing on from our arrival at Mardugal on Monday we did go for a couple of walks - one down to the boat ramp and the other on a short 1klm stroll through the bush to get a better look at the South Alligator River . The boat ramp , even though it is concrete etc as most convential boat ramps are, does not appear to be used very ...
Wayne took the day off today, I think he was upset as he had to work the day before. Karen suggested that we visited the Kiama Rain Forest. It's somewhere we probably wouldn't have visited on our own. Wayne hadn't been for over 30 years. He had certainly forgotten how steep the walk was and I think at times wished he was back at work. We had a guide for the first half ...
Finally starting to settle in, made some friends, stop tweakin out. Finally being able to really realize that I am in paradise, it is sunny and 80 degrees and so gorgeous. One of the reasons I picked Australia was because I thought it would be very similar to the US. Yet, when people tell you about culture shock, you don't really realize what that exactly means.
The weather had changed a lot from the Sunday with a lot of cloud and much cooler conditions so we had breakfast at the house and then packed up. We were staying with Kate and Dan in Helensburgh so we followed them on the road. It took much longer than anticipated due to an accident which, with the holiday traffic, added about an hour to the journey. When we arrived in Helensburgh ...
... time it would have taken to see everything, and still that may have not even been enough. I know I snapped lots of 'digital photos' but unfortunately, they would not all upload to the Travel Blog page.
I know the thing that sticks in my mind was the panoramic view of snow capped mountain ranges far off in the distance against a metalic blue sky offset by hectares of of vivid green pastural land with sheep and cattle grazing in the mid morning ...