BEST WESTERN Darwin Airport Gateway Motel
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... and afterwards i went for a wander inside to see some interesting things. There were some activists from West Papua there and they tried to steal the show but it was Julie herself who told them to move away. She did afterwards go and speak with one of them who by all reports didn't seem to know what he was there for.
One thing i have learnt about Darwin is that it has massive tides and at the beach this evening ...
... way of food and drinks so we will take our own breakfast because we have to be there so damn early. After shopping at the Palmerston shopping centre which was not a great place to shop to tell you the truth we headed to the Defence of Darwin Museum. We were going to go to the Tree Orchards but decided that neither of us would find this all that interesting so we did not bother. I was not sure what I would find here because we had been to the museum back in 2007 when we came to ...
A sunset cruise around the harbour on a catamaran, how good is that? We set off around 4:45 from Cullen Bay, and once out of the inlet we set sail and cut the motor. Just enough breeze to keep it from being too hot and enough to push the cat along at a reasonable pace. Very peaceful. There were a few warships tied up at the wharf, or anchored out on the bay, and various other vessels moving around ...
... repurposed from tyre inner tubes and unique stone items and art and fashion. The music was fabulous and lent itself to the atmosphere. Of course the market is known for its food. We settled for a delicious roast chicken and corn in a tomato and lemon marinade. I took the opportunity to have my eyebrows threaded as it is hard to find people who do threading.
An early start the following morning to get to Toyota. We then took a walk into the city to ...
... be smelled up north. Although apparently not yet here. You need to get up to around Mataranka, where you can smell as the weather changes from dry to wet seasons…and 4 different sub-seasons in between.
One learns something every day…
I didn’t realize that Australia still had ...