Moonshadow Villas

Address: 6 Gardens Hill Crescent, Darwin, Top End, Northern Territory, 0800, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 6 Gardens Hill Crescent, Darwin, is near Mindil Beach, Darwin Wharf Precinct, Deckchair Cinema, and Aquascene.
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      Day 73. Relaxing by the pool at H hotel

      A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Nov 09, 2014

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      JaneO writes...

      It was so nice waking up in our own, clean hotel room. It was messy, but it was all my mess and it felt good!

      We made further use of the gym and did an hour sesh.

      Breakfast was milk, banana, another salad bargain basement, strawberries and cheese and crackers. It was good. The hotel buffet was tempting, but at nearly 30 for both of us we couldn't afford it from our fast diminishing piggy bank!

      We washed our sweaty ...

      The Top End

      A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Oct 06, 2014

      ... mounds before setting up camp at Florence falls. We walked to the viewing platform and went for a swim before the sunset. The water was pretty chilly but so refreshing, especially under the two falls. There were some pretty big fish in there which I didn't mind until one nipped my toe then decided to get out incase they got braver and started biting harder.
      In the morning we went for a swim before breakfast then headed down to Burley waterhole. It wasn't ...

      Days 34 to infinity - ...and in conclusion

      A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 05, 2014


      ... management. All eight flights that we took were jam-packed full, with barely a spare seat to be found. The technology too has changed, and this is a positive. The mere existence of this blog is proof in itself, and the GPS in our phone certainly made life a whole lot easier, both when we were driving and when exploring new places on foot. Even though our previous trip too had largely been booked online, sites such as Trip Advisor, Expedia and so on meant that ...

      Feeling the heat

      A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Sep 27, 2014

      ... maybe once a week. Of the 300 kids that should be there every day, about 100 turn up. For some families Western education is obviously not a priority. People in these communities, who have done something wrong get extradited from their community and treated as being dead. Nobody seems to know what exactly deserves a sentence like that. I have not found out yet. This explains some Aboriginal people I saw, who seemed to live on the streets. For me there is still a lot of ...

      Up the Top End!

      A travel blog entry by adamphillipsuk on Sep 23, 2014

      58 photos

      ... let's face it, they are the perfect killing machine and haven't changed in the last 10 million years because they are so perfect at killing, so getting into the water with one might not have been the greatest idea but I loved it! Looking at a croc through a viewing window doesn't show you how truely massive they are. But getting in the water with them does, this croc was about 5,5 metres long, it's tail was as think as a tree trunk and it's teeth about as long ...