Paravista Motel

5 Mackillop Street, Parap, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0820, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 5 Mackillop Street, Parap, 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

    18 photos

    ... of the day light - nothing.

    Tea was interesting because we decided to cook up all the left overs, what a conglomeration of food, omelettes, fried bacon, left over mud crabs in coconut milk, rice, beef randang, salad - every one was able to choose what they wanted to eat. Have noticed that Craig's choice of foods is changing whilst Michael cooking, he is definitely becoming more experimental and is enjoying the varying tastes so lets hope it keeps on when we get ...

    Mud Crab day

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

    4 photos

    ... watch the sunrise. The other two walked approx 5.6kms and I managed 2.8kms, gave then the car keys as they passed me on their way back and said to come back to pick me up. I waited at a lookout overlooking the Arafura Sea. Spectacular sight and so peaceful. Did a quick meditation and decided I could live in Darwin and enjoy the pace, the scenery and the weather of the dry season at least.

    Back to ...

    Darwin-History and Hippies

    A travel blog entry by nealsausadv2014 on Jul 24, 2014

    ... and there it was; a beach that was warm, clean and only 4000 other people on it! (just like home). We didn’t mind and were happy to splash around and watch the sunset.

    Max had been quite taken with a street artist who worked with fire and so after the sun went down we hustled back to claim a good seat to watch him perform. It was quite a spectacle and he was very good at juggling and working with many implements that were on fire. ...


    A travel blog entry by simmsie on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... until a few years ago.

    The following day we picked up our new oven door, drove into town for some retail therapy and then had lunch with Andie, a young girl who I got to know on our daily pilgrimage to Brew Bar for our morning coffee fix. She relocated to Darwin about 18 months ago and is now working at the ABC. After lunch she took us on a tour through the ABC studio through the editing room as well as the studio where the newsreader reads the news. We all ...


    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on Jul 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... weatherman. He wore a weird bow tie each day and had a massive pair of glasses. Calling him the weatherman was in a loose kind of way because most of the time he read his fan mail from the studio, and said "G'day love," to the oldies who can still write and post, despite their "old-timers" syndrome.

    When Nine's executives ruthless axe got Brian, he was replaced by Monte Dwyer, a young bloke, willing to travel. When you travel and meet people they share their stories and ...