Palmerston Sunset Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to rain. And boy did it rain. It was coming in sideways - it poured down! We saw the owner of the boat arrive and he sat down for a cuppa too - he said that there was no going out on the river in that kind of weather! Meanwhile the cafe started to fill up with more and more of us brave adventurers! We must have been being smiled on, though, because the rain did eventually stop and we did get out on the cruise. It was terrific. Not so many jumping crocs as I remember ...
... once inside the park). Therefore we finally stopped at an information sign, starving and ate out the side of Bruce as it was too hot to sit at the picnic table. Next was the Mamuka wetlands where there were hundreds of birds feeding before the wet season kicks in and the area floods. We then headed to "Ubirr", an aboriginal art site where you climb to the top of the rocks and watch the sunset. Nic thought it looked like the landscape in the "lion king" ...
... car by looking the wrong way at a roundabout he got used to it. We stopped at the supermarket for supplies, between my request for healthy food, Maike's love of junk food and Vince's whatever we buy I'll eat it attitude we managed to get food for the first few days along with two 10L containers of drinking water. An hour and a half later we saw a place offering a crocodile cruise. We stopped and luckily the next one was going in 20 minutes. There was only 8 of us on ...
... beach, again it's a beautiful balmy Darwin evening and it's such a pleasant place to be. We head to our restaurant for dinner and we're pleasantly surprise, the food is to die for and the cost is very reasonably, although that's not a issue as we don't mind having to pay good money for food, just so long as it's edible. With our bellies full, we head back home for a cuppa, then it's off to bed, as we have a long day of travelling to do ...
... set off to back track the trail on foot. I was assigned the task of keeping the remaining female passengers calm and tying them to the bus to prevent them wandering off as they were inclined to do. Eventually the search party returned empty handed. There were reports of these two goofy guys walking up the main road. We drove around until dark, but no sign of them. Their absence was reported to the police in Darwin and the ...