Monthly Archives: September 2009

046 Aurora to Jabiru Kakadu NP NT 49km (9039km)

G’day Erik Welcome to Day 108. How gorgeous is Kakadu National Park! We got up early and went for a short forest walk near the Aurora Resort. It went passed a pretty waterhole with lots of geese in it then … Continue reading

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045 Darwin to Aurora Kakadu NT 205km (8990km)

G’day Erik Welcome to Day 107. You are very excited that Grandma has joined us for the next week or so. She arrived after midnight last night whilst you were asleep. Grandma was also excited as she didn’t sleep. She … Continue reading

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044 Explore Darwin NT 94km (8785km)

G’day Erik Welcome to Day 106. You are 15 weeks old today. You are starting to last longer when lying on your tummy (before you used to give up, collapse onto your face then crack it). Just before being fed, … Continue reading

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043 Mataranka to Darwin NT 454km (8691km)

G’day Erik Welcome to Day 105. We had a big driving day ahead of us today so we left Mataranka early to avoid the heat and cross-winds. We left so early that there were absolutely no stores open in the … Continue reading

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042 Explore Mataranka Falls NT 33km (8237km)

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041 Mataranka Thermal Hot Springs NT 0km (8204km)

G’day Erik Welcome to Day 103. Today was our rest day. A day that we had finally set aside to just sit and enjoy the surroundings and play a game I tried to teach Jake called ‘How’s the serenity?’ Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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040 Daly Waters to Mataranka NT 171km (8204km)

G’day Erik Welcome to Day 102. This morning we just plain slept in. You had your usual inconveniently early feed at 4:30am and your usual unwillingness to go back to sleep afterwards. Mum usually crashes whilst I play with you … Continue reading

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