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Beth McFadden4 years ago

A Julia Roberts trip through the glitter strip...

Multiculturalism is majorly prevalent in all aspects of Darwin. Whether you are looking for a specific meal, activity or outlet, Darwin and Australia as a whole have welcomed amazing international influences with open arms. The beauty of this is we collectively get to experience things like a taste of Rome at dinner time and a hint of Jakarta at lunch. While also educating ourselves on and reaping the benefits of international norms like Mumbai practises that locals incorporate throughout their everyday life to to de-stress and replenish the mind. Now I know you've all seen the film, or at least heard about it numerous times over brunch, so take some time and feel especially lucky that you are able to have your own 'Eat Pray Love' experience in your homeland.

Eating Italian…

Cucina Italian Diner
This is Italian authenticity at its finest. Cucina Italian Diner’s primary focus is on maximising traditional Italian staple dishes such as pizza, pasta, risotto, fish, meats and of course lavish Italian desserts. The amazing rustic Italian flavours incorporated on the menu at Cucina Italian Diner will leave you yearning for more. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to galavant your way through Rome but still want to eat like Julia Roberts did, visit Cucina Italian Diner and make your heart and stomach feel completely full.
Where: Baywood Plaza Shop, 1/3 Mansfield Street, Palmerston, NT 

The power of prayer in India…

Om Yoga

If you need a zen cocoon to hibernate in momentarily, Om Yoga will provide the perfect escape for you. Eradicate yourself for an hour or so from the mayhem of everyday life. At Om Yoga they specialise in traditional Hatha Yoga classes with an Indian trained teacher Sanjit Das. Yoga is a physical and spiritual practice that is designed to help you rectify unbalanced thoughts. Going hand-in-hand with meditation, Indian yoga is a powerful practice that will immediately invigorate you mentally and physically. Their schedule is extensive and flexible, designed to cater for even the busiest of people. Live and breath the power of Indian tradition. Namaste.
Where: Corner of Bauhina & Pandanus Streets, Nightcliff, NT, 0814

Saffron
Now that you’re feeling zen, nourish your insides with some traditional and divine Indian cuisine. Known to be packed with nutrients, aphrodisiacs and endorphins, Indian food truly does have healing powers. Turmeric and curry powder are heavy handedly dispersed amongst a variety of dishes on the Saffron menu which will keep your inside cosy and your tastebuds cheering.
Where: 14/34 Parap Road, Parap, NT, 0804 

Here is an array of international cuisines to enjoy in Darwin. 

True love in Indonesia…

Nok’s Thai Massage
At Nok’s Thai Massage, there are masseuses from all walks of Southeast Asia, each with their own technique and stories to tell. Take your lover or make time to just treat yourself by unwinding with a tranquil massage. Their massage menu is extensive and the atmosphere is perfected with traditional decor, soft lighting and sound. Feeling knotted and tense? Are you wanting to experience a little piece of Southeast Asian culutre in the heart of Darwin? Walk in today, and leave feeling better than ever.
Where: Shop 8, Rapid Creek Market, Millner, NT, 0810

Sari Rasa
Although Sari Rasa is predominantly amazing Indian cuisine, they are renowned for producing the most authentic Indonesian food. With their strong Southeast Asian inroads, anyone with Indonesian experience will vow that Sari Rasa have truly captured the originality of an Indonesian dining experience which consecutively leaves patrons feeling full and alive. In a nutshell, their dining experience is like one you would find in the heart of Jakarta, so treat yourself to an amazing meal with someone you love in Darwin this evening.
Where: 7 Finniss Street, Darwin, NT, 0800

How would you create the ideal Julia Roberts ‘Eat Pray Love’ adventure in Darwin? Enlighten us on the magnificent multiculturalism in this wondrous city. 

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