Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront
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... was just lovely, from Paris or just outside, about 29 and just really easy and chilled. She waited for me tonight at the airport shuttle bus stop and waved goodbye to me on the bus, I will definitely try to keep in touch with her. Lauren was a bit of a scatter brain, shes from just north of Newcastle and about 28/29 also, but she always seemed to be a bit clueless, or in another zone, but harmless all the same. The other two girls I met ...
... 1979, Sweetheart was finally caught alive by a team from the Territory Parks and Wildlife Commission, but drowned while being transported due to a misuse of anaesthesia. On the bus ride home we were pleasantly surprised to find the cost of our vehicle service was much less than we thought it would be. Now that the car was ready, we were all set to hit the road and head south to Katherine and then out to W.A. We checked out of the caravan ...
... car to the mechanic. Took ourselves back to bed. Washed and washed. Collected the Rv. Collected the car. Ate early and went back to bed. Feel jet-lagged and it was only a 2.5 hour flight!!! Nice to have a nothing day.
... The kids and the adults enjoyed this one and I particularly enjoyed the Cyclone Tracey exhibit. After a quick milkshake for the kids and myself and a coffee for Suzanne we explored Darwin a little and ended up at the Wharf.
As we walked on the wharf by a restaurant, we noticed a basket of bread with a sign on it saying "Please feed the fish not the birds". The kids quickly got the bread and set about feeding ...
... them from being used as weapons during their frequent brawls.
I am beginning to look a lot like Crocodile Dundee! They burn the underbrush in the forests every year to promote new growth and reduce the risk of uncontrollable fires. We passed miles of orchards with tropical fruit bearing tress. Mangoes, bananas, passion fruit, star fruit. A $40 million industry annually.