Mango Meadows Homestay

Address: Humpty Doo, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0836, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Humpty Doo, Darwin, is near Adelaide River Queen Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Darwin

The Top End

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Jan 28, 2015

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... wegen Überflutungen zu hunderten Kilometern Umweg führen oder gar unmöglich werden mit einem normalen Auto. Da wir aber bei unserem Flugticket nur die Zeiten, aber nicht die Route umsonst ändern können, buchten wir letztlich einen Flug von Cairns nach Darwin.

Wenn wir schon nach Darwin mussten, wollten wir natürlich auch etwas von der Gegend sehen. Da von etwa November bis April Regenzeit ist und es zudem auch noch heiß und schwül ...

Crocodiles!

A travel blog entry by thehollows on Jan 02, 2015

... as though we were not going to get onto the cruise, because we arrived at Adelaide River just in time to hear a staff member explaining that the skipper of the boat had gone to Darwin with a sore back. The owner of the boat had taken him and was hoping to be back in time for the 1pm cruise but there was no promises! Still we are intrepid and relaxed travellers so we decided to have a cuppa and sandwich in the cafe and wait to see what would happen. While we waited ...

Why did you stay in Darwin for ten days?

A travel blog entry by louise_rich on Nov 26, 2014

... guests had vacated, oiling the outside decking, raking up weeds in the garden and looking after their very excitable dog Monty. The work was not difficult and we enjoyed the variety of it.

As we did not have a car during our WorkAway our hosts also very kindly took us out to local places of interest on their days off work. We spent the day at Litchfield National Park with them were they took us to their favourite places in the ...

The Top End

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Oct 06, 2014

... travellers autobarn to hire a car which came with all camping hear included. We booked for 2 days time to try and find someone else to split the costs. The following day we met Maike a German girl who wanted to join and we were all set.
The next morning we picked up the car. Only two people were insured to drive so we chose Vince as he's a guy and likes to drive and me because I'm used to driving on the left hand side of the road. Vince started and after almost ...

Days 34 to infinity - ...and in conclusion

A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 05, 2014

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... to see and do so much. This was our first significant overseas holiday trip since 2004, and much has changed since then. Firstly, flying is definitely more challenging. It's all to do with profits, but aircraft seats these days are jammed closer together and are certainly less comfortable. In order to save space, the seats don't recline very far, unless one is lucky enough to be sitting at the pointy end of the plane. Airlines too have become far better ...