BEST WESTERN Darwin Airport Gateway Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... big shipping containers. My main role was to buff rust and dirt off the old containers and prepare them for painting. It was a pretty easy job but working out in the Darwin heat and humidity made it one hundred times worse, been covered in sweat and dirt all day long. However, the longer I worked there the more responsibility I was given and the easier my job became as I got to work inside and eventually learnt to paint the containers.I worked for around 10 weeks and ...
... Fanny Bay Gaol, except we get lost and can't find it. After a quick call to find out where it is, we're told by Rhonda that it is going to close in 15 minutes. After the morning we've had we decide that we will just give the Fanny Bay Gaol a miss and find an op shop to purchase a polo shirt for Terry,then head black to the casino. On the way home we stop at Woolworths and purchase a kilo of prawns for ...
... because we booked a larger site our bathroom/toilet is shared amongst only 3 other sites (two bathrooms and toilets) and is of excellent quality. The kids also have a jumping pillow and seem very happy with the park. This afternoon Suz went for a walk around the park and was missing for sometime. Upon her return we learnt she had met some new friends at the bar that were scrapbooking here for the weekend.
Today saw us stock on food and drink (388 dollar shop) as we ...
... 4.30 am. By the time we got there at 8.30 am there was little left.
We had decided to tour the city via the hop on hop off bus and then hop off on the second loop to those places that appealed to us. That first spot was the Cullen Bay Marina where we enjoyed seeing how the other half lives. Quite well apparently. Our next stop was the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. The museum also contained a ...
... klm's. We made it home and had a late lunch at 2.30 and cracked open a massive watermelon.
Susan and Paul got ready to fly home. I rigged up all our rods with heavy duty line, and the boys had a quick dinner before Mez took off to meet Lynn at the Soweto Choir.
Wayne arrived later with fish and chips and we spent the evening taking about travelling an fishing, oh and drinking beer. It was a nice way to finish off the weekend.
Talk soon ...