Cullen Bay Serviced Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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what a great place to stay, amazing views and very friendly / helpful staff
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... different and much smaller – there are loads together and they look a bit like headstones in a graveyard with a thin side and a larger flat side. The really thin bits of all the mounds point in the same north-south direction so that the sun hits this part when it is strongest, which helps regulate the temperature inside. Clever stuff.
The next stop was Florence Falls, where we could go for a swim. It was guaranteed croc-free, but ...
... the afternoon back at the campsite, lazing around in the swimming pool where Ness wrote some postcards back home. The pool was a nice way to stay cool during the heat of the day. The following morning we had to be up early for the drive back to Darwin, drop off the hire car and catch the Greyhound bus to Alice Springs. A mammoth 21 hour journey into the core of Central Australia for the next leg of our Australian ...
... to the ship. It was a short but pleasant visit to our first Australian port of call.
We will be at sea for three days before reaching Port Douglas (Cairns), Australia.
... place to hang out, watch the sunset and then enjoy the street performers and taste the most amazing food! You are spoilt for choice between yummy seafood, Japanese, Mexican, Chinese, fresh tropical fruits and other treats for your tastebuds including buffalo and crocodile. There are a huge variety of stalls to browse through and pickup something unique as a souvenir (including plenty of overpriced crocodile products and aboriginal artwork).
The boys went out to Berry Springs at around 12, I headed out to pick them up at 3. Luckly they were just leaving as I arrived. Dan jumped in with me and we had a drive around the area.
Tomorrow night we are going to Camp Shady to try our luck at croc catching. The boys decided that they would go to a gathering tonight at Nics friends house. Might head into Darwin for tea and a look after I drop Dan off.
Ended up ...