Palmerston Sunset Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... only patchwork shop in Darwin - Dragonfly Fabrics. For the only shop in town there was plenty to choose from, and my nephew was well brought up by his patchworking mother - he found the sofa and magazines and sat there for as long as it took. His 3 daughters were not quite so patient but rather helpful in different ways. Some interesting things are coming home from there. We spent the afternoon at their house and planned ...
... served with three different salads as well as some calamari in coconut which was just delightful. Just when I thought that was the end he brought out prawns and Oysters which were delicious as well. We were quite full when he brought out desert which consisted of two different Jack fruits, a green ball which was Pandanus (I think), then some rice cooked in Banana leaves which was lovely but what I lived the most was the Black ...
Found a perfect camp spot only a short 3 min walk to Dundee beach. This appears to be a fisherman's heaven plus there's a comp on this weekend which should provide some good sport. First night we were given some Spanish Mackerel and watched the most spectacular red sunset over the Arafat Sea. Magic does not explain the beauty or how quickly the sun actually sets in the west over the sea.
... he ain't touching my cider. There isn't much between here and Broome with harsh limits in Kununurra so we are chokers again. Tonight for our last night in Darwin we head to Seafood on Cullen where we have a steak and seafood buffet yep by the sunset. I would have to say it's probably the best buffet we have been to and not that expensive at $39.90 an adult and $22 for kids although not a crumb of ice cream or lollies in sight Bre sits at the ...
... about 10 people watching!!! The food at the market was mouth-watering with the biggest challenge deciding on what to actually eat. We then ate, had a quick look around before having to pull the pin as we were all cooked.
A lazy day followed to prepare ourselves for Bali and the Deckchair Cinema. The kids loved the open air cinema and we were fortunate to have the kid’s movie Paddington Bear on the big screen. The mango ice-cream were ...