Voyages El Questro Wilderness Park Hotel
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... his mind....I was second person in...what an experience! (freshwater crocs are not supposed to go for humans) the water was a pleasant temperature, and I even swam between the hulls of the boat from back to front!! Although overcast, just after swim, it was sunset, and with the boat motor cut...silence and the sun came through the clouds.WOW. I was elated! Back to the van park, Paul and I actually ate at the resort restaurant , before our 'coffee meeting' to plan next ...
... National park to take a few photos of the Victoria River just before lunch. Danny offered our 3 remaining onions to the cook at the "restaurant" rather than discard them at the checkpoint.
One of the last turn-offs into the Gregory Park took us down a very corrugated road to see Gregory's Tree. This Baobab was carved in July of 1856. We did not have time to read about it, but the walk to the tree was very ...
... We said goodbye to our Dave, Liz and Ruby who are heading back to Woolongong through Queensland, they've been great traveling companions and we'll miss them. We drove down to Litchfield National Park where swimming in waterfall pools was the order of the day. Despite the crowds of other tourists, swimming in the cool, clear water of Florence Falls was a highlight. The larger Wangi Falls was also lovely and by then the heat of the day made ...
... abuzz with travellers. This is a place for us to call home for a while! We met Dave's boss and followed him to our house - a small 3 bedroom & 1 bathroom house, but to us it was massive after being in the caravan. Tayla had locked us all out of the house within the 1st hour, all keys and phones inside...OMG, one little boy was lifted up and pushed through the bathroom window. All this drama deserved a beer :)
The kids were ...
... unspoken fear. We had booked an aerial tour of the bungle bungles the previous day and now had a few hours to quietly regret our decision. It wasn't exactly a fear of flying, more a fear of flying in a tin can. As our pilot walked us out to the hanger where our small plane was sitting, our worries weren't exactly lifted. It was old and it was a bit weathered. It had certainly done some flying, so our method of reassurance was ...
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