After taking in food for 3 more days (we extended our land cruiser rental with one day) we drove to Kakadu national park to do a 4WD track. Not easy to find it as there were no signs and not all people know about it, but eventually we found it. It was ok. We saw birds and kangaroos, and more water animals (still no crocodiles). We slept at a luxury campsite so we could have a dip in the swimming pool and cook on the BBQ stands. At dinner time, a discussion about education, upbringing of children, boundaries, causes and consequences,… I woke up early in the morning and saw a plain white parrot flying over.
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