Bremer Bed & breakfast

27 Bremer St., Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | B&B
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Day 18 - Darwin

A travel blog entry by mortononthemove on Aug 10, 2014

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... amp; Chloe bought themselves a necklace with their name written on a grain of rice. Had some tea before heading to the beach to watch the sunset.
Absolutely magnificent. The crowds grew and grew to watch the sunset on the horizon. Took many photos as time went by to try and capture the sun going down. Hope you like the pictures as much as we enjoyed being there.
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Crocosaurus Cove and Wave Pool

A travel blog entry by stthomson on Aug 09, 2014

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... we were a little disappointed with them. Rachel and Cameron had a good time. We bought lunch in the cafe (over priced) and ate while the turtle feeding show was on. We looked at the reptiles display which was quite good and then there was a crocodile feeding show where two of the big crocodiles got fed. At the end of that there was an opportunity to feed the juvenile crocodiles so Stephen took Rachel and Cameron ...

Darwin

A travel blog entry by mortfamily5 on Aug 02, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... to mention on the day we went back to Buley waterhole a bloke lost his sunnies. Bailey swam to the bottom of water hole and got the glasses and he paid him $10 bucks for retrieving them. Crocaseum was a great morning we got to see a few massive crocs and there was lots of information about crocs which was very interesting. We showed some of the reptile keepers a picture of the snake Ella had almost stepped on the back of the camera only to be slightly disappointed when they ...

Friends for Tea

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Jul 31, 2014

... off on was obviously the dumping ground for alot of Aboriginals as there was everything up the road, even a brand new exercise bike that he really wanted to get flown back home.

When I saw the Sticky Beak Cafe realised why Dad loved it so much, it is actually a similar business to Gambier Earth Movers selling Stones - Tom's Stones actually and this is featured in Kakadu videos. Interesting place and had lovely home cooked food. However ...

Sunrise walk thru George Brown Botanical Gardens

A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Jul 30, 2014

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... and may have done so for another 20 years if he had not realised someone else, Alfred Wallace, was on the same trail. Wallace had come to the conclusion of survival of the stongest thru study of disease and famine. He had suffered with a bout of malaria. Very interesting displays.

Upon return to the house, the obligatory morning swim. We all then set off to the wharf area to The Precinct pub overlooking the wave pool and harbour for ...

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