BEST WESTERN Darwin Airport Gateway Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we were excited to be here.
The following morning we had a wander around Darwin to get our bearings... it didn’t take long! Darwin only has four main streets – including a Smith Street! As soon as we left Mitchell Street Darwin seemed to be deserted. There was hardly a soul anywhere as we strolled around the 'main sights’.
We saw the old colonial Government ...
... still luscious and the swim welcomed in the afternoon heat and humidity. The last stop on the trip was Darwin, arriving around 5pm. Darwin consisted of, pretty much, one Main Street where everything was. Lockie dropped us at our hostels before we all met later, or some of us, for dinner and a few drinks. It ended up being a 4.30am finish, so fair to say we all had a good night, signing karaoke and then dancing the night away in ...
... alcohol ban explains the piece of paper that we did get at Kakadu Lodge at Jabiru which validated us to drink alcohol on the19th of September, when we arrived at the Lodge. When we came back the next evening the receptionist gave us again a signed and dated alcohol allowance for that day. Here in Kununurra I am in a 4 bed dorm, so the peace and quite can change anytime. For now I enjoy it and try to do some writing, it can change anytime. I have stopped getting the ...
... to do a Jumping Crocodiles boat cruise. They certainly are big creatures and very mean looking. Their performance was spot on, they jumped very high to reach the meat that was dangled on a stick.
The cruise guide told us that Saltwater Crocodiles live in freshwater and only use the ocean like a highway to get from one place to the other.
The kids used a little imagination and played ‘jumping crocs’ ...
Well it's up and out this morning as we have a lot of things to cover today. We first make our way to the Waterfront for a coffe, it's here where we locate the WW11 Oil tunnels, which is where secretly Darwin's oil was stored after the Japanese attacked Darwin in WW11. Only tunnel 5 remains open to the public now. but it's a fascinating look at Darwin and the armed forces during this period in history. There were lots of interesting memorabilia to ...