Cherry Blossom Motel
Travel Blogs from Darwin
... and were impressed by its tidy appearance. The lady in the YHA mentioned that many of the buildings in Darwin were no where near 'English Old' especially due to the fact that a cyclone roughly 40 years ago had flattened the majority of the city. It was clear to see that most of the buildings, especially the high rises, had only recently been developed. It reminded me a lot of the regeneration scheme in and around Stratford due to the Olympics, with some ...
... but after I went off and sulked for a bit he did get round to apologizing and offered to buy me a new one (how can I stay mad now?!), which was sweet.
Before we reached the Whitsundays I’d already had plenty people recommending things – you must go to Whitehaven, you must go to the Barrier Reef; I went to neither. My reasoning was the fact that it was so bloody expensive; to get to Whitehaven me and dad would have had to have forked out £300+. As famous ...
... 2 (was für ein Highlight!)
Nächte auf dem Boot: 2
Größte Ausgabe: Mietwagen
Eine Topliste zu erstellen fiel wirklich sehr schwer, da es einfach viele tolle Orte gab, die alle ihren Reiz hatten. Letztlich würde ich es aber denke ich so sehen:
1 Red Centre und Segeln am Great Barrier Reef
2 Great Ocean Road und Blue Mountains
3 The Grampians und Litchfield National Park
4 Fraser Island und Tableland
5 Daintree Rainforest ...
... As he turned the boat to get closer, we were too late to get a look. The croc had disappeared back into the water. So even here we had to be careful on our hike – crocodiles are everywhere!
We had had a lovely day in Katherine and made sure we left enough time to drive back during daylight hours. If you drive at night here the kangaroos and wallabies jump out towards your headlights, ...
... Stuart which was a 30 minute walk from the city, a nice and pleasant walk.
The wharf has a nice mix and also has a wave lagoon if that interests you but in the wet season it was closed. Next is a small section of the wharf which is cordoned off as a beach and is used for family picnics and a morning swim. This area is safe to swim. The area is surrounded by restaurants and pubs.
I also visited Cullen Bay and the Nighcliff but the sea had dried ...