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365 Places: Ode to a Cappuccino, Charlie’s 1978

Coffee by the singing Barista, Lido Cafe

Day 177: Charlie’s Italian Restaurant, Darwin 1978 This post is about my love of coffee, in particular a cappuccino, from where it all began – celebrating my 12th birthday at an Italian restaurant in Darwin – Charlie’s. Now I may

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365 Places: Nightcliff Markets

Viva La Body © Tracey Benson 2014

Day 53: Nightcliff Markets, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia When I first moved to Nightcliff in 1977, there was only one market – at Rapid Creek on a Sunday. Over the years, many other markets have popped up: Mindil Beach, Parap

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365 Places: Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral © Tracey Benson 2014

Day 51: Christ Church Cathedral, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Today, my post is about a place that had a significant impact on me as a young person: my family’s church in Darwin, Christ Church Cathedral. Every Sunday (or sometimes even

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365 Places: Parap Markets

Parap Markets © Tracey Benson 2014

Day 50: Parap Markets, Northern Territory, Australia Today and for the next few posts, I will be writing about a place I love dearly, Darwin. Our family moved to Darwin in 1977, as my Dad worked in the building industry

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365 Places: Mandorah

Image Credit- Mandorah Beach Hotel

Day 11: Mandorah, Northern Territory, Australia Today we will be travelling to Mandorah, a seaside village located across Darwin Harbour, about 20 minutes (8 nautical miles) from Cullen Bay. Mandorah holds many happy memories for me, as I often would

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