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 …
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 ...
... Darwin. We stopped at the Fogg Dam Conservation centre for lunch and had intended to have a walk but that had been closed because apparently a big croc was in residence. We drive a little nearer the dam for a few photos and there were thousands of birds on the wetlands without even getting to the dam. Then on to the park, a stop at Aurora for park passes, 25 dollars each, then to the Bowali visitor centre near ...
... headed for Judy and Dale’s place at McMinns Lagoon. Arrived at lunchtime and it was lovely to see Judy. After getting organised we visited Wendy and Ian at their new apartment. Wendy was putting on a positive front, as to be expected, but has problems with her sight and is pretty weak after her radio-therapy.
At lunchtime on Saturday we left Darwin to fly to Melbourne enroute to Adelaide for medical and dental appointments.