Cullen Bay Serviced Apartments
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what a great place to stay, amazing views and very friendly / helpful staff
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... after 10 days on the road we finally made it to the Free Spirit Resort caravan park just out of Darwin, and booked a decent cabin for the next four days.
As it was 32 degrees and we are both quite tired, we just hung around by the pool, had a swim, then a feed, and back to the cabin for the evening.
Looks like tomorrow is shopping day…..Casuarina Shopping Centre is Target A. I think I will just have to man up and deal with ...
... by some magnificent homes and it also has a great selection of eateries that overlook the Marina. Went back there on Thursday night for dinner, it has a nice atmosphere.
Sunday night we visited the Mindil Beach markets, couldn't believe how many people were there.
Turned out to be quite a highlight of our time in Darwin with food stalls, markets stalls selling a wide range of goods and entertainment adding to the general ...
... park we had a drive around Darwin CBD.
22 July Wednesday
We managed to extend our stay at the caravan park by a couple more nights. We went for a day trip to Litchfield NP which involved visiting the magnetic termite mounds, swimming at Wangi falls, hiking along Sandy Creek to see the falls at the top of the walk and wet our feet and finally driving the Reynolds river 4WD track.
The termite mounds were interesting in that there were 2 distinct ...
... lemon and sugar. Breakfast was a little disappointing - hardly upmarket for a resort. I hope the roast we are having tonight is a lot better. We returned to the Motorhome to take a few photos for the blog. Terry is having a problem with asthma which is a bit of a worry. It was great to catch up and see them again. Will miss them not being in Merimbula, but hey, they have room to park ...
... rock formation is beautiful. We saw Dugongs having a leisurely play in the broad, shallow waters before the river itself. That night, after tea, we both took a phenergen tablet and before retiring, went to the lounge where a video on the Kimberley was to be shown. A power glitch prevented this from occurring so we went to bed. The next thing we knew breakfast was being announced: we had slept for nine ...