- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Concierge desk
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... unseren großen Koffern (das Ausmisten hat sich gelohnt) hieß Ya minyah Australien und apa kabar Asien, was wohl um einiges von den bisherigen Reiseerfahrungen abweichen wird...
Hier nun die finale Abrechnung mit Australien:
Gefahrene Kilometer: 8315km
Kosten pro km: Mit 6 Cent zwar teurer als Amerika, aber dennoch ziemlich günstig
Nächte insgesamt: 56
Nächte auf Campingplätzen: 38
Nächte im Hostel: 14
7 am pick up meant another early start. It would be a 450 km round trip so we were pleased there was air con as Darwin was hot and humid.
Daz collected us and roughly 20 other people. We were heading to the Adelaide river for the jumping croc cruise, highly recommended by cousin Paul so we were excited. We would also visit some waterfalls for a swim at Lichfield National Park.
Daz was a good tour guide, sharing with us lots of info while we drove along. ...
Were finally in Darwin! We drove more than 7000 km to get here! We have seen a lot in the past 4 weeks. The plan for the upcoming two days was to get some relaxing and to make the last preparations to enter South-East Asia. We took a few hours at the beach and enjoyed the nice facilities of the city Darwin and took a nice meal that day. However.. It turns out to be not that relaxing at all.. There is still this issue with ...
... go down before making out way back to the car and driving to the campsite. It was dark by the time we got there and it was fun trying to set up the tent and cook dinner with only mine and Vince's head torches to see with. We gave up on the healthier meal we had planned and aimed for sausage sandwiches. It started to rain so we had 1 person holding up an umbrella (Maike), one stirring (Vince) and the other trying to bat away all the flys and bugs that were descending on ...
... setting overlooking the Sea of Galilee. To all those people here in Australia who thought we were crazy to go to Israel at this time (and that's pretty well everybody), I'm pleased to say that the reality was totally different from the perception. When you're there, Israel feels every bit as safe, relaxed and secure as Australia does. Behind the scenes, there may be a lot of security measures which we were unaware of, but in everyday life things appear just ...