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That’s awful pretty!
This was a highlight of our trip.
Love it 😝
Welcome to my new project Hazel!
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Yes we had a great time and will return, but in less severe weather conditions, like maybe summertime.
Loved this place, needed to stay longer than 5 days.
Ann. I thoroughly enjoyed your blog about you amazing trip. When’s your next one? lol lol
Just now Helen! More coming soon!
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Hi from down South! Heading up to Kakadu was our first interstate holiday with our kids when they were little. Growing up I had cousins that lived in Jabiru so I was fascinated with the NT from a young age & knew I wanted to go there. Tiwi Islands is now on my bucket list. Have you been there? Have also been to San Francisco and loved it – keen to go back one day.
Hi Sarina, I just love Kakadu! Actually we nearly went to Tiwi last weekend but there was a huge footy match on so opted out! We’ll probably wait for the dry season now as the seas are calmer. Glad you’ve been enjoying my posts 🙂
Nice list! I’ve had the Pepperjack here in NZ, and of course a Blue Pyrenees over there in Aus, both excellent wines. I’ll keep a look out here for some of the others.
Great wines aren’t they.. let us know what you think of the others when you find them 🙂
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An impressive wrap up! When I visited Darwin I tackled the “cage of death”. An unforgettable experience to say the least. Can’t wait to go back to experience more off the beaten track through Litchfield and Kakadu 👌🏼
Be sure to let us know when you’re up our way! I’m sure there’s some spots we could share with you me 🙂
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