Coffee and cake was definitely required after all that culture and learnin'.
On the Misters bucket list was the "Orginal Adelaide River Jumping Crocodiles Cruise"....me? Not so much! But being a wussy good sport, I got talked into it.
I like the kind above! Or Mr R's friend.
The boat seemed a wee bit small for me....however!
We had a delightful and knowledgeable guide called Steve who assured me all would be well.....
Thankfully he did not tell me the river was home to about 7,000 crocodiles!
Scary stuff folks....so impressed with myself but then I couldn't really decide to get off mid tour....some of the action!
This happened more than once with different animals...yikes! This big bloke....18 foot is called Agro....I was thrilled to hear that he does not jump....phew!
I was very happy...almost hysterically so to get back to my pretend friend on shore.
Have to say they make a mean Latte and Cappuccino here.
On the way out to the cruise we had passed a little township called Humpty Doo and being crazy tourists liked the Boxing Croc outside the Post Office. As I had mail to post we decided we would drop in on the way back and the Mister could get that Naff Croc photo....which we did.
Into the Post Office I wander to post my mail and who should I discover but the lovely Vickie a friend met on Lets Get Stitched retreat in Brisbane. I knew Vickie lived up this way but not exactly where....made my day! Talk about crazy.
Grabbed the paparazzi for a photo of course lol!
A quick hug and chat and then left Vickie in peace to get back to work.
After all that adrenaline coursing through my veins yesterday, today I am treating myself to a day of quiet stitching....
My Darwin clamshell from the beautiful Indigenous fabric I bought here. I think it fits in nicely and will be a lovely reminder of here.
Where's the Mister? I shouted him a fishing charter for our Anniversary. He is hoping to catch a Barramundi! Which I might add I have become extremely fond of....yummo! Hubby shouted me a nice little trinket....not sharing here though.
Thats all folks!
Namaste and Blessings,