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... and the taxi arrived almost at the same time and we were duly delivered to the wharf with some minutes to spare before boarding. The atmosphere, the sunset, the waiter, the food and wine all blended together to make it one of those memorable occasions. The only downside being a family group on the lower deck whose lack of social niceties impacted on those of us above. Darwin does seem to have a lot of these. A taxi back to the hotel, a swim and lots of memories from ...
... one of the camping ground cabins. Day 2: Up and off before 6.30am again to be on time for the crocodile cruise which was fantastic. Unlike other tourist versions of these, we we're on a smallish boat which gently meandered for 2 hours through billabongs and waterways spotting crocodiles I. Their totally natural setting and not being made to jump for food or other tourist pleasing antics and did we see crocs? Oh yes!!!!!!! And birds and water plants and other features of ...
We are enjoying Darwin and have just applied for a housesitting job. If successful will be our first and take us to middle of June. We are now at Robbie Robin's Reserve with several others as it is the most reasonable sites for power water amenities. $35 per nite in comparison to $56 per nite being the cheapest and $62 being the norm for the dry season. ...
... and bedroom led out onto a large balcony overlooking the Esplanade and Harbour. Shortly after collecting our cases and unpacking the essentials a fantastic sunset began. Viewed from the balcony it was stunning and probably the best I have seen in Australia made even better by the birds flying across in front of the golden sky. After dinner with some of our fellow travellers at a backpackers restaurant we returned to the hotel for a well earned ...
... the camping trip was that there was a very strong group atmosphere when we cooked, cleaned up camp and were packing the truck. Everyone chipped in and it felt really great to be part of the group. Our first lunch together was an excellent barbecue at a picnic stop. Australia has public barbecues that can be used by anyone as long as they clean up after themselves. I'm not sure if it is hot enough in the UK for this but it was perfect for our outback trip as we ate outside all ...
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