wxx1026Take the Gan train to Katherine town at 9 am to see Katherine Canyon in Nitmiluk National Park. So found that other tourists are basically elderly except us! The ticket price of Gan is the full package price for three meals, wine, refreshments, and travel. It is all independent boxes with shower rooms and the service is very good. Maybe the young Australians disdain this leisurely and comfortable way of travel? Or is it because there is no signal on the train?
juki235Nitmiluk National Park is a natural park with very beautiful scenery. There are dense forests, beautiful lakes and volcanic landscapes. Many small waterfalls and waterholes walk in the park, the scenery is very charming.
门子乀From the inscriptions and interweaving patterns on the outer wall of the ancient city, it can be seen that some people lived here during the classical period. This cave was a sacred worship area at that time. Cultural artifacts found in Karain Cave include hand axes, scrapers, jewelry and arrows made of flint, as well as the bones of animals such as hippos, rhinos, and elephants. In addition, there are human skeletal fossils from the Middle Paleolithic Age.
At the top art gallery in Catherine, the staff handed the wallaby to my arms. This eight-month-old baby kangaroo is also not afraid of people, naughty in my arms to see the West, but also grabbed my hair and picked it up. The staff handed the kangaroo to me and there was no trace. I walked to the open space outside the art gallery with the kangaroo. There was a slightly larger kangaroo playing on the yard. The sun shines through the layered leaves, and sits on the chair in the courtyard to feed the baby kangaroos. This art gallery is really worthy of this trip.
This place, called Top Didj and Art Gallery, looks like a museum of art. It is more like an art museum than an art museum. The dazzling array is full of indigenous hand-made goods, bracelets made of crocodile skin, refrigerator stickers with pictures of indigenous artists, tablecloths, backpacks, various carvings and gadgets that don't know what the material is. The price is reasonable, but it is more interesting than the tourist souvenirs bought in the general town streets. I was burying my head and picking up souvenirs. I didn't expect a small surprise to come. I saw the staff hugged a small kangaroo and walked in. I didn't expect her to come to me and ask me: "Do you want to hold it for a while? Of course!"