Darwin, Australia

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** DARWIN, AUSTRALIA **

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    07 Apr 2020
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    A few years ago I saw the coolest picture of someone in water, inside a glass and next to a crocodile! After a lot of research I found the place. It’s called Crocosaurus Cove and it’s located in Darwin, Australia. I knew I had to go and do this so I added this to the bucket list. I got to Darwin from Sydney via air. Flight was close to 4 hours and very inexpensive (about $150 one way). Once I got here it was very different from Australia’s major cities like Sydney and Melbourne. It looked very “swampy” and I learned that it’s because Darwin is home to many snakes, alligators and crocodiles!!! Well I was there for one thing only and that was to swim with a crocodile. The downtown area is a little sketchy at first sight. A lot of homeless people around but they aren’t harmful at all. There is a Salvation Army in the area so they all hang out over by it. The cool thing about Darwin is that it is home to many indigenous people. So it was very cool seeing that difference from the people is Sydney and then the people in Darwin. I was only there for two nights and I stayed walking distance from the Crocosaurus Cove. The staff is super cool and very chill. The place is like a zoo for reptiles and of course home to the most famous Hollywood crocodile (guess who?!) When you get there you’ll need to sign a waiver and go over the ”what if’s” … what if things go wrong, ah! This made me a little nervous at first but after getting in the Cage of Death I felt so fearless. I was face to face with a massive 5.5 meter long crocodile. It was the best experience of my life to date. If visiting Australia, step outside your comfort zone and take a trip to this city, it’s unique.

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