Each cabin has its own en-suite. This is also very compact but well designed with a full size shower and toilet (NOT fold-down). There is only room for one person at a time, but hey, what the heck.
The ensuite is cleaned every morning to its sparkling best and of course we are issued with clean towels if you so wish. We decided against this.
The food was quite good considering the size of the galley that the chefs have to cook in. The dining room itself was very plush with lots of gold leaf and of course the views from the windows as you travel along are amazing.
|Dining at its best|
Darwin is a lovely city and has changed dramatically in the years since cyclone Tracy. We were told by our bus tour guide that Darwin was completely re-designed after the cyclone with many more high rise buildings able to stand the brunt of a cyclone. The new harbour area is beautiful and we enjoyed coffee and cake at one of the many restaurants. We stayed at Cullen Bay Apartments that are looking a little bit tired but nonetheless still a nice place to stay. This sunset photo was taken from one of the many restaurants at Cullen Bay.
|Sunset at Cullen Bay|