Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront
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Well we all had a wonderful surprise on Wednesday night with Grandad getting home a night early!! It was so great to have him home. Jai was so excited to see him. Asha was in bed when he arrived home so the next morning she was having breakfast when Brett arrived back from his morning walk and the pure joy on her little face at seeing him was so beautiful! "Grandad's home,Grandad's home!" She yelled as ...
... This is the case on many stations and in tourism ventures. We have also met many Dutch, French and German tourists in the north-west.
The nights at both Fitzroy Crossing and Mabel Downs were cool at around 9 degrees, being inland, but the days were certainly hot at 33 degrees. Stations in the Kimberley have been hugely affected by the live export trade ban of a few years ago. We added to our knowledge and understanding about the cattle industry and life in ...
The communal life of the jungle, Its a wonderful place to be.We were only staying for a few days,But it got hold of Paul and me.
The wonderful people we have metAll with a different nationality.Everyone gets on most of the time We're not just friends, we're family.
There's life all around us,Throughout the day and the night,All the people and the animals,and the insects most of which ...
Meals of the Stay - Spanish Mackerel Soup
- 4 basil stalks
- 2 carrots, cut into a small dice
- 1 celery heart, cut into a small dice
- 1/2 Spanish onion, cut into a small dice
- 5 tomatoes
- 1 glass red wine
- Massel beef stock concentrate
- 1 Spanish mackerel tail
- 2 garlic cloves
- 2 litres water
... we will get to Darwin where we are staying with nephew Michael & Effie and family. Firstly we fill up the car and have a chuckle over the Jack Daniel bowser. We decide to stop at Adelaide River to visit the War Cemetery, the fourth largest in Australia. It is the resting place for 434 people who lost their lives in World War II. This a beautiful, peaceful spot and well maintained. We are starting to fill our knowledge gaps about the war activity in ...