Being hung out to dry dear
Now there are three retreats in Darwin. All three obviously operate with their regular guests, with two closing for the wet, with the established one staying open all year round. Of course our choice of retreats definitely doesn't suit everybody
The negativity is, they are a fair way out of Darwin, however close to Berry Springs, Kakadu and Litchfield National Park.
The open air alfresco shower and laundry area. Someone forgot the doors!!!!!
Ahhhhh a nice peaceful camp area
Only a little pool, but just great to get wet and have a splash
As we are new to Darwin, we have done the tourist things as in previous posts. If we stay in for the day, we generally chill out, and that's cool. We may have a game of darts or a game Boulee (like bowls except there in no green and you use steel balls). Follow that by the mandatory 5pm happy hour, then the camp dinner, if you want too, which consists of (roasts, BBQ, seafood, and you name it.) It all gets put together in culinary presentation that would make Manu Fidell look like an apprentice chef.) Some nights the day is topped off with a camp fire and many grogs. If you don't want to join in...hey that's cool also
So we all really have a great time. Beats being lined up in your average CP.
This is the happy hour, BBQ and socialising area for the camp
Stay tooooooned for more on Darwin!