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Travel Blogs from Darwin
... with a harbour and a beach. Loads of cafés and restaurants and little shops to pass the day. One of its street, Ackland, is famous for it's cake shops so needless to say I was a pig in ****!! Of course a few had to be sampled and they were yummy!! Julie cooked a massive Mexican meal for dinner that night and we dove into a box of cakes I picked up in St Kilda. Fri 21st Brad's father came into town and gave myself and Julie a walking history tour for the morning. Loads of ...
... of time on themselves. Maybe they are out to pick up a rich Aboriginal land owner or something. Once you go black, ya never go back! When we get back to the walk in the morning, it's open again and we head up to go the 6km summit walk over the rocky hills. Some cool viewing points over the canyons and we all get back in one piece. Our guide is a bit nervous of our cliff side picks as he saw a girl fall off and die when he was up there before. She and some girls had water guns and ...
... at the hostel we had a bit of time to chill out before getting ready to enjoy our Christmas present from Paul and Alex. They had given us some money to have a meal at a nice Indian/Thai restaurant in Darwin. This was a lovely end to the day and the meal was delicious. We also tried our first ever taste of oysters...not so delicious. They were part of the tasting platter we bought as the starter.
Overall our stay in Darwin was a bit of a long one as the weather made ...
... of the Air. What an amazing and inspirational place. We were lucky enough to see children in the class room as three times a year they have a class room week and the class we saw were getting ready for the nativity play that they were going to put on that evening. Then back on the train to complete our journey to Adelaide where we will stay for a few days before catchig the next train to Melbourne. Love to all at home - Paul
... then got the bus to Casuarina Shopping Centre to buy some supplies while still in civilisation. Came back to the city centre and did some admin in the hostel down the road (as our WiFi is down all weekend - boo!). Just been to the cinema to watch the thriller 'Prisoners' - a great film actually - kind of ironic seeing it in Australia.... :) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool