Bremer Bed & breakfast

Address: 27 Bremer St., Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

Leaving A Sunburned Country

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

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... you would invite to help you through an ordeal.....The party included no one proficient in the natural sciences, no master of husbandry, not a soul who had the faintest understanding of growing crops in hostile climes. The prisoners were in nearly every practical respect woeful. Among the 700 there was just one experienced fisherman and no more than five people with a working knowledge of the building trade. Phillip was by all accounts a kindly man....but his situation ...

Darwin - deprived of dentists - and much more

A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 22, 2015

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... set off for the ship, we decided to walk and were glad we did as the area north of Smith Street had pretty gardens. We took some happy snaps and crossed the road, walking on a high boardwalk then the lift (elevator) down to the ground at the other end of the boardwalk.




This brought us out at a relatively new development with a lovely park, a wave pool and a beach type pool, quite a few shops and cafes at the ground floor level of some of ...

The Top End

A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 22, 2015

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... is a bit like St. John's Nfld in that Darwin is closer to Bali and Singapore than to Sydney or Canberra. And St John's is closer to London than certainly to Vancouver...and it felt to us when we were there in Nfld closer to London and Paris than Ottawa and Toronto.

Darwin has a population of 127,000 and faces the Timor sea. It is tropical and as we sail towards it we can feel it getting more humid. We are in the tail end of the wet season so we will pack ...

The Top End

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Jan 28, 2015

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... to be ready for the 6.40am pickup.

The first stop we made was at the termite mounds. There are 2 types of mound here – the Cathedral mounds and the Magnetic mounds. The Cathedral mounds are huge and have been about 50 years in the making. They are pretty neat structures – they are designed so that the colony always has a place in the shade and so they don’t overheat. They are fully waterproof and will have no problem when ...

G'day from Down Under!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jan 18, 2015

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... 8211; only in Australia can ants be such a terror!


Next we needed to get over the shock of the cost of food and drink. In Asia, we could have a hearty meal for two with drinks included for no more than 3. Here, none of the accommodations offer ‘breakfast included’ and two toasties and coffees totalled $26 – ouch! So we visited the local supermarket for a challenge - ...

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