Alatai Holiday Apartments

Address: Corner of McMinn and Finniss Streets, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0800, Australia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Corner of McMinn and Finniss Streets, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach, Darwin Wharf Precinct, Darwin Botanic Gardens, and Aquascene.
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    Delightful Darwin

    A travel blog entry by crew-frivolous on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... drove out to East Point Reserve and then back to Cullen bay for a look at their jetty and a nice cold beer at Lola’s Pergola,

    We stopped at Berry Springs for a dip before heading back to the park for the night.

    After an early dinner we went over to the bar in the hope of watching an AFL match on the telly but the Bledisloe Cup was on which took precedence over our choice. We decided to stay and ...

    Kakadu National Park: Ubirr

    A travel blog entry by redhalo on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... different categories of rock art according to how old it is, what it depicts and the reason for it being there. Stick figures were the oldest with anatomical painting coming later and some were used for teaching children so the paintings wee layered on top of each other as each new lesson was taught whereas some were more important so weren't painted over. Mostly they depicted animals and aboriginal people although there were some examples ...

    We've Made It! Hello... Darwin!

    A travel blog entry by laldons on Jul 30, 2015

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    ... our age and one made a comment 'that was a graceful entrance' all while I'm trying to make sure my bikini top didn't fall off. At the same time, my arm got caught on the ledge and I managed to damage my shoulder a little. The rest of the oldies in the pool must've had a good laugh too. We managed to have a nice swim before heading off to Bitter Springs. The pool here was warmer but it wasn't as clean as Mataranka, it had algae all ...

    Day 114 - Noonamah

    A travel blog entry by cody55 on Jul 21, 2015

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    ... First she showed us how they put the rattle balls in. They get a disabled group to do that and put the ileitis. When they get to the Factory they put it in a slot. It then gets hit with a big welder that bangs it. They do that one by one. Then they take the welding slag off by scraping it with a knife. The next step is painting. The use a spray on air brush. The person who does it can do about 500 a day. We could not see them do ...

    Darwin in a flash

    A travel blog entry by 14rankin on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... the only thing that would ruin the experience was a dead cow on the shoulder across the road. Luckily for us the wind was blowing the other way carrying the smell and the flies away from us.

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