Eden At Fogg Dam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Our Jetstar flight landed bang on time at 10pm into Darwin, the capital of Australia’s northern territory. We checked into our hostel on the lively Mitchell Street and celebrated our arrival in Australia with an ice cold Castlemaine XXXX in a bar across the road. There were plenty of backpackers soaking up the nightlife and also a few wandering aborigines. This was the start of a new chapter of our ...
... I visited Darwin in the Dry 20 years ago, but still fantastic. They look almost cute as they swim through the water, just eyes and nostrils showing and a swish of their tail. We saw a great big black bloke called 'stumpy' or 'grumpy' have a go at a littler brown one which was a bit exciting. It is amazing how quick they can be when then want to, and how high they can jump! Dinner that night was at the Wharf in Darwin city. Fish and chips looking out over the harbour. Very ...
... the train.
We pulled into Katherine around 9am after a huge breakfast, mum had the full deal with eggs, bacon, sausages and mushrooms and somehow managed to get through it. It was hot in Katherine, already 32 degrees by 9am. We took a bus trip top Katherine gorge which is about 30 minutes out of town down into the gorge before boarding river boats which took us upstream to the end of the first gorge. More spectacular scenery and lots of ...
Morning all, woke at 4 am. We had our first storms last night, Today is the officially the first day of the wet season. Build up is slow but humidity is strengthening. Our plans for today are to mow and tidy outside Kevin's house. But first we will be having a coffee at McDonalds at 0730 hrs.
Hopefully I can get most stuff done before it gets to warm. The boys will need picking up some where in the day I'm guessing. So that will need ...
Have been working the past week and a half at Noonamah which is about 50klms out of Darwin. Riyala is a Christian Camp site. The ground are beautiful and so green but of a night everything comes alive. Froggs, snakes, cane toad's.
The weather has been extremely hot and humid. The build up to the wet season has ...