Peninsular Apartments Darwin
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So good to get here love Darwin, relaxed atmosphere.
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... we were getting picked up for our trip down to Alice springs and two doors down from the big crocodile centre, crocoseum! Location-wise it was perfect, when we eventually were able to check in we were given a family room so it was a nice big room with air-conditioning, the hostel had two pools and a waterfall along with a bar and a balcony over-looking Mitchell street, this turned out to be our evening entertainment. Monday we headed down to ...
Well, this is it. Last full day on mums epic little adventure. Spent the morning checking out a few shops in Darwin and check out the views across the harbour. It's hot and humid as the build up is really and truly underway.
Spent most of the afternoon by the pool at the hotel to have a final few drinks. We caught up with a couple of fellow travellers from the Ghan and said some final farewells before retiring for the evening.
Back to Melbourne tomorrow.
Left early and visited an ancient Aboriginal site with amazing art on the cave walls, drove back to Darwin and in the evening went to the Mindil Market on the beach. We also went to the Cultural Centre in Kakadu it was free to enter no one there telling you what to do just 2 signs , no photography and please don't damage any of the ...
... small sizes but in comparison to what we catch in Victoria, fairly big!. Dan caught his first decent size and I followed. My Barra came in at 70 cm and Dans at 60cm. Dam exciting when they put up such a fight.
The crocs always got in the way of our lures and often we would be hooked up on one. Later in the evening this happened and although small we needed to remove it from the animal. So it was decided that the croc would ...
We spent another day at the Darwin Waterfront on Saturday meeting friends from Ballarat: Anna & Shane, Hamish & Clare Matheson(Torah went to kinder with Hamish and school with Clare). They are doing the same trip we are but in the opposite direction so we met at our half way point! Was nice to spend time with some familiar faces, ...