Alkira Darwin

Address: 52 Gregory St, Parap, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 52 Gregory St, Parap, is near Mindil Beach Markets, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, East Point Military Museum, and Cape Adieu Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Parap

Preview from the book I'm writing...Turkish night

A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on May 28, 2015

... This was Enjio's first strike. After we were seated we admired the grand hall we were in, it was almost like a massive tent with Turkish murals on the wall, depicting the history of Turkey and how Marmaris came to be, on the outside of the tent were the bars and seating and there was a large performance area in the middle of the room so everyone could watch the upcoming performances. We tried to hold polite dinner conversation with the two wannabe members of Run DMC until ...

Day 132 Darwin

A travel blog entry by robmauger on May 20, 2015

... as a passenger but to be honest it is an unremarkable train to look at and nothing like the Orient Express. It comes in at roughly 750m in length with 30 odd carriages. The evening centred around us hosting the family we met in Mataranka, Clough, Debbie and their children Marney, Saxon and Narla. The evening ended in controversy as our new elderly neighbours bawled out ...

Leaving A Sunburned Country

A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 24, 2015

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... What about the Outback? Bill wanted to experience a proper outback, not the service centres...the kind of outback "where men were men and sheep were nervous". During his 4 wheel drive from Broken Hill he noted between the merciless sun and isolation outback people are not always gifted communicators. One shopkeeper upon being asked by a smiling visitor from Sydney where the fish were biting, stared at the man incredulously for a long moment and replied "In the ******* ...

The Top End

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Jan 28, 2015

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... Darwin.

We got really lucky with the weather - it was sunny the whole time we were in the park, but the threat of a storm meant it was really quiet (there were only a few other people at the different stops). The afternoon storm did eventually arrive, and caught us out as we were coming back from the supermarket with an ice cream. We got absolutely drenched.

The next few days we didn’t really do much at all – swam in ...

Markets and the military!

A travel blog entry by thehollows on Jan 03, 2015

Today we went to the markets in the morning and we met up with Aunty Melinda and her friend and we had smoothies. My smoothie was orange and milk, honey and ice cream; mum, lex and dad had mango. After we went to the cold-spot, on the way we were completely drenched with rain and Lexie's umbrella got pushed inside-out -Lochie. Ian - ...