Darwin Deluxe Apartments
Travel Blogs from Darwin
... mundane things like veggies and dairy products, and the more important things like wine. We only have a 50 ltr fridge in the caravan and it doesn't hold a great deal. In the evening we spent a pleasant time at the Palmerston Market. The stalls were pretty much the same as the night before at Mindel Beach.
Much as we wanted to spend more time in Darwin, we had to get out of the caravan park, so the next day we headed south towards ...
... amp; Gallery, which looks out onto Fannie Bay. We went to The Cyclone Tracey Exhibit which was truly moving. We went into a sound chamber & listened to the noise of the cyclone. The girls were asking many questions about cyclones after that!! A wonderful museum, so well set out & captures every piece of history & culture from this city. So glad we came here, thx Bev Withers for the ...
In Darwin we stayed at a big 4 caravan park. We made lots of friends and had lots of jumps on the jumping pillow. At Darwin we went in to the city and had lunch in a Japanese restaurant. It was very yummy. But I liked the obento box best. The next day we went to a ...
... park who had a 9 year old girl, Millie, who they quickly befriended and played for hours with when we were at our tent. Their love of looming increased with Millie's offer to teach them some complicated ones! It was sad to leave Darwin as we had such a blast.
We went on the Litchfield where we intended to spend 3 days. This is a beautiful place with waterfalls, small rapids and spring fed waterholes. However, given the number of visitors daily ...
... a sharp chill up the back once out
the water. Several watering holes, I stop at a deep enough spot to which I jump
into, soon followed by families and the rest of the group, being a Sunday the
locals are out in force. A lazy morning we jump back on the bus and venture
down the road to a waterfall, some quick photos we once again swim in a slice
of paradise. The first day closes on a river boat cruise, past lilies and still
water, we catch a glimpse of a ...
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