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Travel Blogs from Darwin
... look worried, but they look at the overheated car, do absolutely nothing for a few minutes and then they tell us to take it easy. They make a hasty exit and we all hop back in our cars and cruise lazily into Fitzroy Crossing.
We’re in good time, and the Fitzroy Crossing campground is top notch, so we set up camp, shower and line up for dinner. The shower and the dinner are both excellent.
Back at the group campsite we discover we have pitched our tent near an ...
... birds too,
sea eagles and Jabirus and of course small medium and large economy
size egrets, the cutest were the lily trotters with three babies.
There's is a lot going on in Darwin during the dry so we will be
busy until we go to Bali with Steve and Leonie in august. The Beer
Can Regatta and Dragon Boat Races are on soon, so there is still plenty to do before we leave.
Susan and Ian
... friends that we were on our way.
We arrived mid afternoon and were greeted by all the kids. We set up for the night and had a good night with our friends with take away pizza for all. Its not often you can make friends over the internet. I have been playing World of Warcraft over the last 6 or so years with Zac and Shell, our hosts, and they offered for us to stay at their place while we ...
... in Darwin. We ventured out to Fannie Bay's "Cool Spot" for a delicious breakfast of eggs benedict each. Appetites under control we decided to cool off back at Darwin's wave lagoon and to get some much needed exercise too. Three hours later and thoroughly pooped, we drove to Doctors Gully nearby to visit Aquascene Fish Feeding Sanctuary. A truly unique experience where hundreds of fish visit the shallows of Doctors Gully every high tide looking for a free meal of bread. ...
... s a wonderful modern day use of an archaeological gem. The lagoon is the spectical of this area. The massive lagoon, wave pool looking out on the dock is amazing. Full use of this has been made by the pubs and bars here. Walking back towards the hostel is the bicentenary park with the cenotaph overlooking the sea. The next day I join way out back adventures. It's off to Lichfield national park. When we arrive the guide explains about the magnetic termite mounds. These face in ...