BEST WESTERN Darwin Airport Gateway Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mounds before setting up camp at Florence falls. We walked to the viewing platform and went for a swim before the sunset. The water was pretty chilly but so refreshing, especially under the two falls. There were some pretty big fish in there which I didn't mind until one nipped my toe then decided to get out incase they got braver and started biting harder.
In the morning we went for a swim before breakfast then headed down to Burley waterhole. It wasn't ...
... left the aviation museum to the boys, and we went shopping. Visited a couple of water slides - free, thankyou very much! Fed some fish, watched some amazing sunsets, Mindil Beach market twice, and enjoyed some fish and calamari on the wharf. Hung out out the caravan park pool, and chilled out!
So interesting talking to locals, and hearing their stories ....
... Museum was a must see.
In the evening we went to the outdoor Deckchair Cinema and watched an Indian movie "The Lunchbox" with english subtitles that at times needed interpreting themselves. It was a good movie with some great laughs and a lovely atmosphere, laying back watching it under the stars.
The weather is so predictable here! Some weather reports don't even give the highs, just talk about the minimum overnight temps. Our car fridge is working ...
... 39;, 'Trebuchet MS', Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18.2000007629395px; background-color: rgb(231, 237, 252);">Found Berry Springs Pool - enormous water area. Water tepid. Will return tomorrow morning for a dip - kids will be in school.
... finished off by the Australian Army who took over the gardens and what was left of the palm trees for target practice. It was rebuilt in the 1950's and was then partially destroyed by Cyclone Tracy and then was rebuilt again with some fabulous water features and exotic trees from all over the world. That was a very enjoyable stroll!
Mindil Beach night markets - runs in the dry season and is as much loved by locals as tourists. It's a great place to ...