Dingo Moon Lodge
Travel Blogs from Darwin
We left Alice springs feeling a little bit tired and hungover to catch the first of many greyhound coaches. This one was a 15 hour trip trough the night to a place called Mataranka. The journey was pretty good and we slept most of the way, only waking up when the driver would suddenly break and we would see a Kangaroo hop past the front of the …
... allowed in National Parks.
Darwin was wonderful, we really loved it, wanted to stay longer, but the caravan parks were very expensive. We went to the Military Museum at East Point and saw how Darwin was effected in WWll, very interesting. Went to the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, thousands of people there! Went into Darwin and Jeff found where he ...
... as Grant described it, a collection of boys toys. We had breakfast on the boat before going for a cruise along the lagoon, then we continued our cruise on the air boat. The air boat took throughout the swamp along small creeks and over mudflats. Upon returning to the the pontoon we were then given a helicopter flight over the lagoon and near by farm land in a small 4 seater open door ...
... after which most participates meet 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 ...
So, the rally is over. ��
We need to sell our car, they all go to auction and the funds raised go towards your final total.
The yellow monsters inc car sold for $900, he was stoked. The record car was $4500 for a range river discovery.
Our car, the mighty ford laser that travelled 4500km with out missing a beat, not even a blown tire, went up for auction too. When bidding started, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDingo Moon Lodge Darwin
A decent hostel for Darwin. Clean and friendly. Would recommend this over some of the bigger hostels in town as they can be very rough around the edges.
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