Palmerston Sunset Retreat
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Travel Blogs from Darwin
... when they are, well, not wet! The ride through the Park was nice, but the view from the road was not of any great interest. There are many burnt areas at this time of year which made the landscape look rather harsh and unfriendly. The many pandanas palms are great as are the sections with giant termite mounds, but I can't say the scenery was worth the price. Yesterday we set off for Lichtfield National Park which is reputed to have one of those 'must ...
... get onto facebook, snapchat, twitter, et al. Somewhat amusing, if not outright laughable, the contradictory nature of being on a social tour then spending all the time using a virtual medium to socialise with people who aren't actually there. Travel is about seeing the world, experiencing different things and enjoying meeting new people. My opinion is that you seem to have lost the plot when all your time is being spent trying to ...
... sunset along with multitudes of others. Bought a CD from a guy called EmDee who plays 4 didgeridoos. We bought one of his CDs the last time we were here in 2006. Washed our salad down with Smoothies, Paw Paw for me and Tropical for Carol then had honey puffs for desert. Watched a Juggler/Fire eater performer before coming back to the Caravan about 8:45pm and had a nice cold beer. Rang Bailey for his birthday which is tomorrow but he got our presents tonight which we had ...
... out and walked along a little board walk around the outside. This was where you could see all the tiny little streams where the water, like the lagoon, barely moved. The boardwalk ended on a small jetty into the water and overlooked the two beautiful waterfalls. It was so amazing. But we knew, there was more to come! We sat down for lunch and had steak, sausages, boiled egg curry, potato salad and ice cold water. We then headed back up the path and again, boarded the ...
... a smaller one, and then another and another. Nestled within the system was the drawcard – a 3m round, smooth sided deep pool that was impossible to climb out of. The only exit was through an underwater tunnel a few metres below the surface that brought you out to a neighbouring ...
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