Eden At Fogg Dam

Address: 530 Anzac Parade, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0836, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

Hello from Darwin

A travel blog entry by bellsbuggy on May 26, 2015

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... the Olgas, walked the base of Uluru (10+km). 35 years ago I climbed Uluru and looking at it I really know how I ever did it. Much younger and must have been stupid into the bargain as well.

From Uluru we travelled to Alice Springs and spent 5 days, with very cold mornings (one morning -1 degrees and in the van it was 4 degrees. The wind was worse than Ballarat. It certainly went straight through us. We went ...

Darwin Day 4

A travel blog entry by susanjw64 on May 24, 2015

Actually woke several times last night from feeling cold and woke to another sunny but very cool morning marred only by the fact that both Bob and I seem to have come down with colds and now feel pretty miserable. Tom had been suffering with one too so maybe we have got it from him. Ate breakfast sitting outside enjoying the cool breeze. Got all packed up and with Bonzie and Barb in the back seat took off to ...

Day 130 131 Darwin

A travel blog entry by robmauger on May 19, 2015

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Darwin is hot from the start, it's 8am and already 27°. We have been told about the Nightcliff markets and we head over there for breakfast of delicious croissants and coffee. There are of course jobs to do including rectify the lpg gas bottle that we cook on. Somehow in Peregian I picked up one with a weird male fitting that doesn't seem to be in use anywhere else in Australia. I have swapped it for the newer proper fitting which means getting an adaptor to fit into ...

Darwin, Australia and Life on the Ship

A travel blog entry by gail.koff on May 07, 2015

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... specialty restaurants which are really wonderful and no additional cost on Oceania cruises. Because there are so few passengers, we can pretty much eat up there whenever we want, but tightening clothes provide enough incentive not to overdo it. There is daily tea and crumpets and a smorgasbord of other delectable treats after lunch and before dinner (God forbid you should feel even remotely hungry) but I can happily report that we have yet to enjoy ...

Darwin April 2004

A travel blog entry by avoncarole on Apr 29, 2015

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... to see the sights, the museum was great and we go in a mock up where we enter a small room and experience the darkness and sounds of cyclone Tracy in 74, we follow this with a walk along the beach to see the pearl exhibition.
today we are on another day trip to Katherine gorge, a lengthy trip filled ...