Kakadu September 1st 2017 Our next stop was Kakadu National Park; a 19,804 square Km world heritage site. The park is internationally known as one of Australia's cultural and ecological treasures. More than a third of the Top Ends plant life is in Kakadu, 1600 species of plants, 275 species of birds, 75 species of reptiles, 25 species of frogs and 10,000 species of insect all live in Kakadu.
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I'm a girl in her mid twenties who has always loved traveling and learning things about a new country. However up until August 2016 all my travels were mainly family holidays and even though these trips were a great way to see parts of the world they aren't traveling.
In August 2016 I moved to China. I'm here to enlighten you with tales about my experience in China and Asia, the adventures my friends and I got up to and teaching English to Kindergarteners.
In August 2017 I started my next adventure. A year travelling around Australia. Have a read about my a... full info