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Travel Blogs from Darwin
... where there were more displays and lots of old military equipment. This place is well worth a visit for anyone coming to Darwin. We headed back to Nightcliff after driving out to look at the old gun emplacements at the end of the point. Before returning 'home' we went along the Nightcliff foreshore looking for somewhere to have dinner. We found the Seabreeze Hotel which looked good, but we also found set up in the park another option we had heard about - Pizza a la Cart. This was ...
... Club for lunch (by this time the past week of travel had taken a toll on me so John had to drive me back to Palmerston so I could have a couple of hours sleep. Meanwhile John and Sean drove back to the Darwin Museum. Had pizza for dinner back where we were staying.
* WEDNESDAY:- after doing the washing and a bit of tiding up it was off to the Crocosaurus in Darwin where Troy & Mel & Adam ...
... is watched by a few dozen deckchairs after which are the plastic chairs found in any garden wishing to host a gathering on a budget. The crowds gather, the stars pop out, murmurs from customers finding seats, a kiosk selling food and drink, fills the air of a reheated lunch. I grab some food hoping it may be time to nourish the body. The film begins and we all sit back and lose ourselves within the Lego universe.
Seen and done, I look how to move on, an early tour of ...
... up for
a final drink and meal at a local club. Food eaten and drinks flowing the
dancing begins, all huddled in a circle we kick our legs to the Proclaimers,
glow in the dark face paints and lashed on and one by one we say good bye and
head to our beds. I’m glad to say I was the last, drinking in the new day with
another Irish, we laugh until it’s only a few hours till I need to catch the
minibus to the airport. Now I slump in my bed and wait for the alarm.
... days and he got locked up by the Indonesians when he got there. Boat people everywhere. On Mindil Beach in the scrubby thickets we heard a domestic going on and realised there were a group of Aboriginals living in a camp there. We came across another group up the other end. Off to Sydney tomorrow night. Will pack up, dump our ute at Lachlans and bus into town. Will wend up at the Mindil Beach markets for tea and have to fly out at 1.30 am to land in Sydney at first light. Will be ...