Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront
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Great location and hotel! The hotel is right on the waterfront and is only a 15 min walk from Mitchell Street!
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Rest day in Darwin. Had planned to have a long and lazy sleep in, but as per habit woke at 6:00am and couldn't get back to sleep so shower, shave and dress for a day without helmet head.
By the time I got downstairs the waterfront lawns were already filling up with people grabbing their spot for the day under trees, those stupid outdoor …
depart Katherine: 08:30am
arrive Darwin: 13:00pm
distance traveled: day - 326km; total - 3119km
stops: Pine Creek; Adelaide River; Darwin
Today was the shortest travel day to date, which I was more than happy about given I was looking forward to visiting the war cemetery at Adelaide River and didn't want it to be a rushed visit …
... way back we called into a well kept secret Crab Claw Island(which really isn't an island, only in the wet when it gets cut off) WOW this place was beautiful, beach, huts, camping, restaurant, own beach, fishing, 2 pools. Situated on Byone Harbour and it feels like you are on a tropical island, will go and stay there for a few nights. Have hit the shops several times and got some great summer clothes. Rob has found the cheapest place to buy his grog(so much dearer up here than ...
... and with about 400 others, watched the sun go down in a glorious crimson sunset over the ocean. Sampled lots of takeaway Asian food and had some delicious fresh cut mango!!! While at the markets, we booked an "Adventure Tour" for Monday morning, at a market discounted price.
Monday, 25th August
Up early to be at the airport by 7.15 am to catch a sea plane out to a billabong near Litchfield National Park. Out of the plane ...
... edge! So we took,some photo's of it. You could see large fish swimming around too. We continued on the walk through rainforest with plenty of noisy bats over our heads, all bickering in the trees. We managed to climb the steep walk to the treetop platform and enjoy the cool shade and the breeze whilst we caught our breaths again. Ray who had fallen behind while taking photos finally caught up. He decided that he wanted to continue on the ...