Quality Hotel Frontier Darwin
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... sun was once the scene of absolute terror and destruction, a sobering thought. We left Stokes Hill Wharf and had a bit of a drive around town and then went out to East Point Military Reserve where we visited the Bombing of Darwin Museum. We spent a couple of hours here looking at the memorabilia and watching a very realistic video with light show, of the first bombing raids on Darwin on February 19, 1942. There was lots of archival footage and personal accounts. After we went ...
... looked so young! In Darwin they seem to have a club for everything and they all have prime waterfront positions. We went to the Water Ski Club for a beer and eventually the sunset. It reminded me of Madang. On a walk along the coastal path came across a memorial for an eccentric who lived in the bowels of a shipwreck , was a painter and who built a raft out of plane fuel tanks and drifted off to Timor. He had to ttie his leg to the mast so he wouldn't slip overboard in his sleep. Took ...
... loved it. The kids have been emailing their classes at school. Hello Ms V and year 2, and Mrs Surawski and year 4/5 at Dunwich State School!!! We miss you all, and keep emailing the kids, they are loving it. We will start taking photos of the kids with their class photos so that you can all come on holidays with us!! And hello to all Gemma's friends at Kindy, we talk about you all the time and miss you ...
... themselves out of the water. There was one called Agro, who was a monster. He weighed 1000 kg, was 60 year old male and he was a BIG beast. The skipper of the boat pointed the nose of the boat into the bank and they hung meat over the bow and to watch how this massive reptile launch himself onto the bank was a very sobering site. We won't be doing any river swimming in the NT anytime soon!!
sun itself was unseen. The market is really a food court with lots of stalls of
varying quality selling on-the-go food. Lots of fried offerings in many
cuisines and not that much of a bargain price. There were a few non-food stalls
but they appear to be more of an afterthought and stuck on to the edges. Unless
the sunset is assured to be good, you can tell by checking out the clouds not
somewhere I would rush back ...
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This place was a bit run down for the money. The shower didn't work and we had to change rooms. Neither room had a working phone. About the only advantage was that they let you check in early.
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