Wow, what a busy couple of weeks.
I thought stopping in Darwin to rest would be a good idea, but it seems there is always something on, but I am not complaining as I got to fulfill one of my dreams this week…..to visit Kakadu!!!
We stayed at Cooinda and went on the Yellow River Cruise. You can see why it is called Yellow River.
We had previously flown over the falls in Kakadu and I would still like to visit them in person, but on this trip we got to do the Yellow River Cruise and have a look around Cooinda and then on to Jabiru and Ubirr to see the aboriginal art.
Obviously Ubirr was a very special place for the aboriginies as the art is prolific and really good, probably the best I have seen.
It was a great opportunity photography wise to shoot lots of different animals and birds and the cruise was great as they gave you plenty of time to take photos. Paul Arnold a photographer also does Photography Cruises out of Cooinda at a great price.
The accommodation in the budget area was a bit rough, but the beds were really comfortable and the dongas had air conditioning and the pool was to die for.
What they didn’t let us know was that in the budget accommodation there are is a camp kitchen but no pots, cooking or eating utensils, fortunately we threw the picnic basket in at the last minute and it was a life saver.
I traveled with Jan & Chris our friends from Qld, their daughter Ang and Hans and Cora friends from Holland. We had a great time together and all got on very well.
These were some of the birds we saw on the Yellow River Cruise.
We were privileged to see a Jabiru catch his dinner and then eat it.
If you have any questions about anything you read or see here, feel free to ask me. Wishing you all a great week and will have more next week.