More than three month since my last blog writes up. I’ve been busy with my works and different social media gathering such as Social Media Club Wellington, among others.
WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME to my new and old readers.
Cross my Heart:)
I’ll try to write every week or twice a week about what’s happening around my place. By the way, I’m NOW at DARWIN CITY, home of Salt water Crocodiles. I’ve been in Northern Territory for a month now, moving from cold windy weather Coolest little Capital of the World Wellington City, New Zealand to Tropical climate Darwin, Australia.
My first day in Darwin I just stay the whole day at my room courtesy of Crowne Plaza, the only 5 star Hotel in Darwin and rank # 1 in Tripadvisor. To cool up myself, I turned on the air-condition system in the lowest temperature he can give.
Darwin City was very hot. If you are coming to NT during Dry season, don’t forget to buy Sunscreen and Hat. While in Wet Season, What do you expect?
I would like to say THANK YOU so much to my new team, Intercontinental Hotel Group in welcoming me to their family.
To Fiona, Mardi, Larry and to the rest of the Team
I’ am very touch with the Welcome Card and fruit bowl. Yummy. Thanks
On my first week, In Darwin I explored the different Tourist attractions. I first went to Bicentennial Park then I went to Parliament Building. Five minutes’ walk from Parliament the beautiful Wharfs One, where you can see the World War 2 Oil Storage Tunnel.
For the kids, like me. Ha Ha Ha
The man made beach is for you and the Wave swimming pool.
If you want a romantic dinner by the sea with crocs (just kidding). You can try Wharf Precinct (Stokes Hill Wharf) or in Cullen Bay.
I also went to Mindil Beach Night Market opens every Thursday and Sunday until October 25.
If you love food, you have to go the Mindil Beach Night Market with more than 100 different foods and it spans the globe from Thai, Sri Lankan, Indian, Chinese and Malaysian to Brazilian, Greek, Portuguese and more, all at around $5 to $8 a serve and arts and crafts stalls bulge with handmade jewellery, fabulous rainbow tie-died clothes, Aboriginal artefacts.
Next week, more fun in Darwin City