Just a quickee…I’ve spent the last few days doing a scenic flight over Kakadu (with turbulence you would not believe), studying wildlife at the Territory Wildlife Park, visiting an actual croc farm (with about 52 000 crocs on the farm! bloody true, 52 000 crocs!) and going on a Jumping Croc cruise (pics to come when I find the time). Also spent the time sweating a bit, seems the build-up and wet season is coming early because suddenly the temperature has gone up to at about 35-36c degrees here and the humidity went up another 10-15 percent. Except for the humidity I love finally getting some sunshine (bloody Danish summer!) and some Summer!
Still Hawk Dreaming haunts me and is what fills my head; here’s a few more shots (click them to see them on my gallery):
Billabong at sunset and there’s thousands of magpie geese and at fullsize you can see the cattle too!
G’bye to Top End, G’day to Red Centre
After an amazing 2 weeks I am leaving Darwin and the Top End behind and heading off to Uluru – the rock formerly known as Ayers – tomorrow (Thursday). I don’t know how much internet access I can get there but will be back online next week in Cairns with stories of the red centre of Australia – see ya!