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

Rosie Leaving Australia

A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Oct 23, 2014

... was just lovely, from Paris or just outside, about 29 and just really easy and chilled. She waited for me tonight at the airport shuttle bus stop and waved goodbye to me on the bus, I will definitely try to keep in touch with her. Lauren was a bit of a scatter brain, shes from just north of Newcastle and about 28/29 also, but she always seemed to be a bit clueless, or in another zone, but harmless all the same. The other two girls I met ...

Day 15, 16 & 17: Darwin and Kakadu

A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Oct 16, 2014

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... boat trip this morning to see more crocodiles, and learn about the aboriginal culture of Kakadu and Arnhem Land (the aboriginal owned land). This was a fantastic tour where we saw hundreds of crocodiles, and the boat we were in was quite low and so was quite unnerving. We were on a boat with a few Americans who were a bit stereotypical and even though our tour guide kept reminding us that there are no alligators in Australia and the tour was called a ...

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 ...


A travel blog entry by bates01 on Sep 04, 2014

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... it - it was like needles coming down on us. It was a tough walk up what seemed like hundreds of stairs coming back up at the end.

Next stop was the Tolmer Falls lookout. This swim spot is closed to protect the bat population that live in the caves here. From memory there are Ghost and Orange Leaf-Nosed Bats. There is a walking trail to the top of Tolmer Falls for the more adventurous and unlucky for the people having a ...

Happy Anniversary - Vive la France!

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 29, 2014

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... there the day before! We protested vehemently that we had come all this way to swim but eventually succumbed to reason. The next stop was Florence Falls. The two French boys took off to walk to our third stop about 1.5 k along the road. We decided to have tea and yours truly popped on the bathers, and looking a lot like a beached beluga, went for a dip in the spring fed, deliciously cool stream. Marlene thought she would test ...