After we landed the day before we had to undergo the australian
quarantine procedures we were supposed to park the plane at an
other parking zone. Again the engine would not start. A joint
had broken of and the very next day we could have the plane fixed.
We took off late that day. Our flight was 7,5 hours long. First
we started towards the north. The landing strip on this picture
is twenty miles away from Darwin International Airport. If you
look closely you can see the parked Cessna at the lower end and
the two big trees in the middle of the landing strip.
Oct. 31, 2005 - From Darwin to Alice Springs
We crossed the Tanami Desert. This was the longest routes without
any trace of man.