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Wir melden uns nun das erste Mal aus Darwin und es wird auch das letzte Mal sein... also aus dieser Stadt ;-) Hier ist es etwas schwieriger mit Internet, da man in jedem Hostel für Internet bezahlen muss oder sich Plätze in der Stadt raussucht wo man Free- WiFi hat. Meistens sind diese Plätze dann leider auch noch auf eine gewisse …
... minute walk to Darling Harbour. I am an expert on taking trains to places people do not want to take a train to.. or can't take a train to, in which case I'm an expert at working out which variation of transport systems I should endeavour to use to try to get me there... all rather more exciting than it sounds and involving way too many early starts.
Since then, after being successfully transported to Darwin (yes, leaving the BIG CBD, or ...
... was crowded, a cacophony of aromas and sounds, but in the end, just a market. We joined the other tourists thronging for a sunset view, but in the end, just a sunset. Nothing so spesh (sorry Darwin). Good to be able to say that we went there, we enjoyed ourselves. I got my green papaya salad and it was nice.
I would like to now when winter is coming. 26 degrees at 7am, 33 odd through the day with 70% humidity. This weather ...
Today was dedicated to Litchfield National Park. 8am till 2pm and only saw the main waterfalls as we jumped pn the back of the AAT Kings Tour Bus and headed where the were heading. First stop was the Termite mounds, which from Alice springs had been growing in size as we ventured more north. They started out as little mole hills and grew and grew until you reached Litchfield National Park, where they are nearly 3 stories tall. The Cathedral termite mounds ...
I leave Cairns with lots of luck on my side. When I arrive in a Darwin the heat is incredible. So much so I'm glad to be wearing a skirt! For those unaware this is the first time i have worn a skirt outside of extra special occasions. Darwin itself is a beautiful city, it's main street is full of cafés, bar and shop. Towards the coast is parliament, courts, library and the old town all. Still in place after the cyclone. It's lovely to see some of the old stone buildings being ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsDingo Moon Backpackers Hostel Darwin
Breakfast included is very generous and yummy - lots of choice.
Staff friendly and helpful.
Nice pool and plenty of loungers to chill on.
Kitchen is a little small but lots of cutlery/pots etc
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