Value Inn Darwin
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Off to a bit of a bad start didn't send our passports away by express - so good chance won't get them back in time!!
Museums day today, with some beach time for David. After a gentle dip in 30cm shallows, he wondered why nobody else was in the water: it was only later that we heard the maxim 'where there's water there’s a crocodile’. A sobered David is thankful for life and limb, and is taking lakes and rivers seriously.
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We've made it to the most northern point of our trip, and have had a few great days in this interesting city. I can’t quite make out this place, but I think that it’s in a transitional time from being a tropical country-feel capital to a resort-style city which could be an end in itself, rather than just a strategic place for our …
... and beautiful rugged red rock faces soaring out of the ground. A 1 night stopover at Lake Argyle turned into 2...very hard to leave the infinity pool overlooking the lake and rugged cliffs of the east Kimberley's. It's getting hot...37' most days...luckily the nights are still cooling down. Sleeping bags are well and truly packed away. Now onto the Bungle Bungle and Gibb River Road...adventure ...
Another day of around 33 degrees it is getting a little tough to take.
Today started with a trip into Darwin to see the WWII oil storage Tunnels. These were built in 1943 after the Japanese almost destroyed oil supplies in 1942 and served as a means of protecting our oil supplies from enemy attack. There were ...