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, Cape Adieu Cruises, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, and Parap Market.
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Travel Blogs from Parap

Day 10 Mataranka to Darwin

A travel blog entry by gaywhish on Aug 11, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

An early night saw an early departure from Mataranka, both of us keen now to get to Darwin and stay relatively still for a few days. Our first stop was the unglamorous town of Katherine, where finding a decent coffee and some morning tea was the key objective. From a previous trip we knew the best chance we had was at the Coffee Club franchise in the main street, so there we went.

Inside, the store looks the part without quite making it. ...

Dragonfly Nest

A travel blog entry by julieandjohn on Aug 05, 2015

2 photos

... again! I tried live chat a gain and still had to wait for 20 mins! I finally got a person on line and complained and they tried to tell me that I wasn't due to be recharged until tomorrow! I told her that my app said the 5th August and she said she would give me 250 my but I said I wanted 1 gig so I got it! I made fried rice for dinner with the left over ham and we had Lamingtons and cream for desert. We watched Hot Plate then The Power Of One on ...

Darwin Water Ski Club

A travel blog entry by ray.windmill on Jul 24, 2015

4 photos

Had an easy day, with a nap in the afternoon. (Didn't sleep very well last night!). Chris (Rosemary's younger brother) and his band were playing at the Darwin Ski Club, so we got dressed up in our best gear - shorts and polo shirt for me, and headed off to the club for dinner and entertainment. The club is pretty much all open air, tables and chairs on grassed area right next to the beach ...

Day 39. Wanguri Darwin.

A travel blog entry by terro12 on Jul 22, 2015

5 photos

... and use of these tunnels or are they fuel tanks. They are both really. Inside the main tunnel it is very humid and quite damp. It is long, with interpretive posters on the sides. On the way in to the tunnel is the construction info and a time line of the City of Darwin. On the way back on the opposite side is a very good lot of posters, photos and information about the area in the Second World War. It was rather refreshing to emerge from the ...

Darwin in a flash

A travel blog entry by 14rankin on Jul 20, 2015

6 photos

... at 300mm but had sections that went to at least 400mm.

There was an unnamed crossing that gave a bit of a challenge when we went to leave the crossing on the other side of the short 300mm deep crossing; the ruts were too large and prevented momentum to easily climb the stream's steep bank. With pressure in the tyres already reduced, low range was engaged (for the first time since we owned it) and Gandalf easily climbed out finding grip where it previously slipped ...