Travel Blogs from Darwin, Australia

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Ein grosser Gump, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Ein grosser Gump

A travel blog entry by franziskahassan

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... ans Planen der Reiseroute, doch trotz des frischen Windes wird es bald zu heiss. Wir machen noch einen Spaziergang durch Darwin und der Esplanade entlang. Wir wundern uns, dass keine der alten Kolonialhäuser mehr stehen, welche wir von unserem letzten ...

Still in Darwin!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Still in Darwin!

A travel blog entry by eskimo

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... taking the brunt of the fierce wind.  In the past 24hrs a record 339.6mm of rain has fallen on the area. Other parts of Darwin and the surrounding areas have not fared so well. Patrick is mightily relieved that the EZ was safe and sound in a hangar. ...

Last day in Darwin., Darwin, Australia travel blog

Last day in Darwin.

A travel blog entry by schwieso

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... It is quite sad as we have really enjoyed it. We could stay here a lot longer. There is quite a bit to do in and around Darwin. If it wasn't for the deadly stingers and crocodiles it may be a nice place to live and swim! Apparently there is no worry about ...

Destination Darwin!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Destination Darwin!

A travel blog entry by eskimo

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... the mainland to our left and to our right eventually downtown Darwin and after a little detour required by ATC, we landed in Australia! High fives all round – well the best we could do from front to back seats. Quarantine, customs and immigration ...

Still in Darwin!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Still in Darwin!

A travel blog entry by eskimo

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... a couple of hours’ sleep spent the rest of the day in between showers preparing both paperwork for our departure from Australia with a local handling agent, and the EZ for its next set of journeys, ie checking the tyres, oil, refuelling and running ...

In Search of Culture, Darwin, Australia travel blog

In Search of Culture

A travel blog entry by chrisandjacqui

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... onward and upward we are looking to go to Singapore next and experience a little taste of the Asian lands. We give Australia a very good 7, the people have been amazing and although there has been a shortage a sights of all thiose deadly ...

Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Northern Territory

A travel blog entry by dandj

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David and I flew into Darwin, feeling quite sad to have left Asia after all these months. We were, nonetheless looking forward to Australia although we weren't looking forward to the impact on our wallets and it came as quite a shock to pay $20 each for a ...

Not stranded anymore. Finally in Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Not stranded anymore. Finally in Darwin

A travel blog entry by jadenshell

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... set off back to continue the walk. But another stark reminder than you are not the master of your own destiny in tropical Australia as a strom broke and within a minute i was sinking into the ground surrounded by puddles!!Until that is i heard a friendly ...

BACK TO DARWIN (HOWARD SPRINGS), Howard Springs, Australia travel blog

BACK TO DARWIN (HOWARD SPRINGS)

A travel blog entry by dososinoz

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... we couldn’t head to Queensland but had to drive south. The weather bureau predicted more than the average number of cyclones for Australia for the season and north was not the place to be for a few months. Especially if I was going to be on my ...

Litchfield to Darwin - we are at the top, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Litchfield to Darwin - we are at the top

A travel blog entry by mortfamily5

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... . We bought ice creams and headed back laughing at Ella's reaction to every little sound. We left litchfield and it was a short 85km to Darwin, we managed to check in at 1030 and got onto our site after a bit of negotiation with the office we ended up on ...

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