Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront
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Our flight to Darwin was painless, the plane wasn't that full so we had a row to ourselves to spread out in, Joe was kept entertained by the views of flying over mountainous and barren landscape below. Our bags were on the carousel quickly, and we located the airport shuttle bus almost immediately. The heat and humidity was already painfully apparent, and it was only 10am. Whenever we had told people that we were going to Darwin we always got ...
Wednesday 22 October - Thursday 23rd October I can't confess I probably used my time in Darwin very effectively, I was only here for 2 days and left on the evening of the second. If i'd been more organised I would have booked a day tour to Litchfield National Park, but at the same time it was nice just to chill and organise myself and a few bits of paperwork before leaving Australia for South East Asia. The first day was spent recovering from ...
... is 43 degrees! It is like stepping from a freezer into a hot oven. Luckily I love sitting in saunas. It is all worth it though. The first few hours are a bit boring. I just drove this part of the road, the Stuart Highway in the Angry Dragon from Darwin to Kakadu and Litchfield National Park and back, so this was the third time that I looked at sad trees stunted in their growth, because humans think they should do controlled burning to prevent bush fires. How much logic is in ...
Today on the way to Darwin we did the Litchfield National Park tour. We started at Florence Falls. At the lookout you could see the tree canopy, perfectly green and very beautiful - with a view of the waterfall also. Tour guide Marty spotted some Green Ants crawling on the rails and told us about how you can eat them. Apparently they are high in Vitamin C. After Martin tried one and we didn’t have to call an ambulance, ...
... as we had come from the south (robe) to the north (darwin). Vicki took a day trip to the tiwi Islands and I took the kids to an amazing free waterpark, run by the YMCA, complete with 3 cool water slides. We had a nice dinner on the pier at the waterfront and a good look around darwin city. We also visited the museum, where they had a display about cyclone Tracy, and it then dawned on us why all of the houses looked quite ...