Travel Blogs from Darwin, Australia

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Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin

A travel blog entry by rhysandsuzie

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Darwin ...

Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin

A travel blog entry by chrisser

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Chrisser ...

show me the money, Darwin, Australia travel blog

show me the money

A travel blog entry by jen_and_chris

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We figured Darwin would be a target rich environment for finding casual work, which it was, and we landed ourselves a job at the skycity casino. There must be something in the Cleaver blood, but luckily for all concerned no maths was required. The good ...

The Trip - Day 1, Lichfield National Park, Darwin, NT, Australia travel blog

The Trip - Day 1

A travel blog entry by dean_hines

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We were picked up at 7am by our tour guide - a lady called Jamie. Our first stop on the trip was to Lichfield National Park. Lichfield was originally owned by the Aborigonals up until when the first white man came over to Aus - ROBERT LICHFIELD. ...

Big Things #24, Humpty Doo, Australia travel blog

Big Things #24

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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Not even Steve Irwin godresthissoul would wrestle an oversized croc wearing boxing gloves. Mainly because he'd be on the floor pissing himself laughing at something so fucking absurd. The Big Crocodile, Humpty Doo, Northern Territory. Go on, its worth ...

Down Under on the Top End, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Down Under on the Top End

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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... world!  Anywhere else is literally thousands of miles away and the capital city of Jakarta, Indonesia is closer than Australia's own Canberra!  Even Singapore and Bandar Seri Bagawan are nearer.  The Chamber of Commerce likes to throw that ...

Northern Territory, Australia, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Northern Territory, Australia

A travel blog entry by lesurfr

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Spent a few days in Darwin and drove along the Stuart Highway to Alice ...

Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin

A travel blog entry by heathermills

Darwin ...

Broome - Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Broome - Darwin

A travel blog entry by marcow

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... die Felsmalereien zu sehen. Die Franzosen waren von den Malereien nicht sehr beeindruckt... solche Kulturbanausen!^^ Mit unserer Reise Richtung Darwin haben wir uns auch immer weiter ins Land der Krokodile begeben und beim campen im Kakadu NP den ersten ...

Darwin to Alice, Darwin and Alice Springs, Australia travel blog

Darwin to Alice

A travel blog entry by emmaireland

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... lovely. The next day, I realised with annoyance that I still hadn't got rid of the bladder infection I'd picked up in Darwin.  I'd been taking tablets and asked the pharmacist in Alice Springs for something to keep me going for the next three ...

Biale i rozowe lilie posrod ktorych plywa krokodyl, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Biale i rozowe lilie posrod ktorych plywa krokodyl

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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Jako ze juz cale 2 dni nie odwiedzilismy zadnego ZOO, ani nie widzielismy zwierzakow dzisiaj wybralismy sie do Terytory Widlife Park. Spodziewalismy sie klatek ze zwierzetami, ale bardzo pozytywnie sie rozczarowalismy. Park zajmuje ogromny obszar 400 ...

sztuczna rafa i tunele z II wojny swiatowej, Darwin, Australia travel blog

sztuczna rafa i tunele z II wojny swiatowej

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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No I niestety porazka- czesc Kakadu jest w dalszym ciagu zalana I zezwolenia wydaja dopiero na sierpien… Do mojej listy dojdzie w takim razie Koopin Gorge ( ja go jeszcze kiedys zobacze). Dzien byl potem calkiem ciekawy, poszlismy na wystawe perel ...

Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle

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... (jail), more Aussie history! Once we got back into town we wandered around a bit and learned about Typhoon Tracy which struck Darwin Christmas Eve 1974, pretty much leveling the place. That evening we had a delicious seafood dinner on the wharf and got ...

Cyclone season!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Cyclone season!

A travel blog entry by tom_s

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... ... The further North we got, the greener did the scenery around us get. Now it looked like proper Crocodile Dundee territory! Darwin itself felt very provincial - there was not much to do at all. Even swimming at the beaches was not allowed, due to ...

Crocodile country, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Crocodile country

A travel blog entry by kevinwalls

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... Mindil Beach market. It's a cross between a new age market, a food fair, and a didgeredoo competition. When I first came to Australia the "didge" didn't rate too highly in my favorite list of instruments. I thought the worst 3-piece band in the world ...

Day FORTY, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Day FORTY

A travel blog entry by feltham

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... one at 5.1m and nearly 500kg!! We had lunch at the museum café which I thought was the best meal I had had in Darwin -  barramundi lightly battered with chips yum. After lunch we went back to the caravan park and had a refreshing swim, then took ...

In a Land Down Under, Darwin, Australia travel blog

In a Land Down Under

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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... ... but no: "No worries!" he reassured me, "You got 3 months! Enjoy it! Have a great time!" Welcome to Australia! Unfortunately it was after midnight when the supercheap Tiger Airways flight from Singapore touched down in Darwin so I saw little ...

Driving across the Australian desert, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Driving across the Australian desert

A travel blog entry by melmax

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... would take care of you...or finish you! As we have probably been complaining too much about the cold temperature in South Australia, we've been receiving the heat back...with the interests! When you get off the car in the Australian desert you always ...

Return to a

Return to a "normal life"

A travel blog entry by vincent

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Now I live in the J wing ! This wing has large kitchens and it is very close to the swimming-pool ! ;-) NO Brice ! I am not in vacation ...

NT Road Trip Day 5 - Litchfield National Park, Darwin, Australia travel blog

NT Road Trip Day 5 - Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll

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... . We took a dip here and it was very relaxing and refreshing. I had to pinch myself to remind myself that I was in Australia sitting in a rock pool under a small waterfall without a worry in the world - extremely lucky!!! 3. The third stop was Florence ...

Cheers to Aussie...On to Bali, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Cheers to Aussie...On to Bali

A travel blog entry by shawclark

... got onto the air conditioned bus. I have never been more in favor of going to an enclosed shopping mall. Bali will be easy after Darwin. cs Well, it has now been two months since we took off from Seattle and time now for a bit of reflection. We ...

The wrath of the Map lords and the campsite battle, Darwin, Australia travel blog

The wrath of the Map lords and the campsite battle

A travel blog entry by michael.bell

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... so content as I did when entering this pool shielded from the outside world by the ancient rock formations native to outback Australia. Unfortunately Kakadu did not live up to the same level of expectations. Most of the attractions were closed due to the ...

The top End - Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

The top End - Darwin

A travel blog entry by gutti

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... wieder mit Lebensmitteln fuer die Weiterreise eindecken. Wie so ziemlich alle bis auf die ganz grossen Staedte hat Darwin nicht allzuviel an Sehenswuerdigkeiten zu bieten und ein 30 minuetiger Rundgang durchs Zentrum beinhaltete eigentlich alle. Dennoch ...

Spowici dymem czekamy na slonce, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Spowici dymem czekamy na slonce

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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... w dodatku wiejacy w naszym kierunku? Dziasiaj tez przeliczylismy dalej nasza wyprawe I wyszlo nam, ze mozemy jeszcze zostac przez tydzien w Darwin. Ustalilismy tez, ze chcemy jechac w bardziej dzikie rejonu Kakadu I nie trzec sie dupa o dupe z turystami z ...

Three thousand, seven hundred kilometres later..., Darwin, Australia travel blog

Three thousand, seven hundred kilometres later...

A travel blog entry by brooksy85

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... are quiet here is when they're closed. I travelled up to the Top End on The Ghan which is classed as one of Australia's greatest cross country rail journeys. And it was pretty impressive. The Ghan has around 26 carriages and it also has a locomotive ...

Cyclone Watch !, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Cyclone Watch !

A travel blog entry by vincent

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Today I have to pack all my stuff ! Why ? ! A cyclone of course ! The weather forecaster plan that the cyclone will reach Darwin tomorrow morning ! Fot the moment the intensity of the cyclone is 5 ( the maximum ) but if they are right it will lose speed ...

23 June to 5 July 2013, Darwin, Australia travel blog

23 June to 5 July 2013

A travel blog entry by davidandjill

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... their Landcruiser - NTAA called - tow truck was sent from Darwin & car & camper van was towed back to Palmerston, a suburb of Darwin. We decided to stay in Batchelor for the night - it was 6.15pm by now! Next morning we drove in to check ...

The Top End, Darwin, Australia travel blog

The Top End

A travel blog entry by benandjosaich

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... for the food. We also saw White Bellied Eagles and flocks of the Kites. Its amazing how many Kites there are in the North of Australia, they seem to replace Seagulls up here and you see them in flocks of more than a dozen at a time but they are big ...

Pinakolada i cywilizacja smakuja wybornie!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Pinakolada i cywilizacja smakuja wybornie!

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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... ). Udalo nam sie w koncu znalezc bardzo ladne miejsce z 3 basenami I dmuchana poducha do skakania dla dzieci (Nellki ulubiona). W Darwin chcemy zostac przez 10 dni. Dzien zakonczylismy wyjsciem do miasta na obiad, a ja dostalam od Mariana moja ulubiona ...

Going home, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Going home

A travel blog entry by alene

... and we headed towards the airport at 1pm, ready to go back to our friends and loved ones and leave the lovely tropical heat of Darwin. To our coach Sanda and our Manager Glenys, many thanks from the Ole 55s. A special hello to Pat Ellis, who sat on ...

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