Capricornia Motel

3 Kellway Street, Fannie Bay, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3 Kellway Street, Fannie Bay, Darwin, is near Deckchair Cinema, East Point Military Museum, Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, and Cape Adieu Cruises.
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    Travel Blogs from Darwin

    Chill Out Day

    A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... need to vary my cooking a little because he obviously enjoys it.

    This evening's activity after tea was playing cards, Chris, Karen, Michael and I decided to play Quin Quan followed by Black Jack, Michael one both games - have decided that he is just as competitive as the rest of the family, pretends he isn't but by jove think he might be! Craig had continued on from sunset happy hour, and finished off all of his alcohol so fell asleep again on the "outdoor ...

    Mud Crab day

    A travel blog entry by 60winterwarmer on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... house for a swim before a breakfast Michael cooked of Spanish omelettes and fresh juice and fruits. I could so get used to this life. Michael loved cooking in the spectacular kitchen and with it's views over the marina. I have to find something in life that I am passionate about besides my beautiful family. Michael loves cooking, is a great artist, is passionate about ecology and the balance of animals, plants ...

    Darwin-History and Hippies

    A travel blog entry by nealsausadv2014 on Jul 24, 2014

    ... half way through this show and when it had finished we wandered through the market stalls first the food area (so much choice) then the craft (usual market fare with a little Indigenous art thrown in for good measure).

    We were SO tired when we got back and all of our feet hurt from the extra walking that we didn’t do much packing up for our move tomorrow.

    Memories:

    Rob: The Aviation Museum was interesting and the ...

    Darwin

    A travel blog entry by simmsie on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... one of the studio lights blew, it went off with a really loud bang! From there we walked down to the Darwin Waterfront, it reminded both Steve and I of the Kingston Foreshore, lots of units, coffee shops and restaurants but unlike Canberra, in Darwin swimming is also an option. There is a wave pool which is very popular with the younger generation as well as a lagoon which is netted off to keep all those nasty biting and stinging critters away. We then wandered over ...

    Darwin

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... a fair bit for the morning weather spot, plus a lot more, enough to a fill few books. That was in the years I was new to Australia, so there was this famous guy from the telly, and for me to see him, and talk to him, and buy his books from a market stall, and also get them signed and have a picture taken with him, is priceless.

    Darwin Museum tells us about the place. It starts from the big bang, then goes to dinosaurs, and through evolution to Darwin, the city. From what ...