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Loved staying at Broome Town B&B. So easy to get around and within walking distance of the town. Highly recommend.
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Day 63 Monday 10 August Today is a beach day all day as the kids want to spend the whole day there. I start with a 13km run along Cable Beach and it's the first decent run I've had since Karumba. It certainly is the prettiest location for a long run. I do see some race horses swimming in the water and am getting a little excited about ladies day tomorrow. Next off to the beach to catch some waves before returning for lunch and ...
... the beach with great views of the cliffs.
This afternoon we went on a camel ride at Cable Beach. Zach & Matt went on the biggest camel and his name was Tiny. He was 23 years old and 950kg. Tiny was saved from the ...
... in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, but simply were not practical. Here – the business thrives. What a cool career path…hovercraft pilot. Or driver? One way or another…cool : )))
5th largest pearl in the world
…Ladies and gentlemen. This is how the 5th largest pearl looks like. Street value upwards of ...
We had contacted the tyre company in Broome and finally our spare tyre had arrived from Perth, so it was time to get on the road once again. Sad to leave such a lovely place as Langi Crossing but we certainly needed the tyre.
We arrived in Broome by lunchtime, we parked at the port, had lunch before going on a walk down the wharf. It was great seeing the ocean again, the pristine aquamarine colour waters was stunning. So many people were fishing off the pier with about ...
... place whatever goes on there. We are back on the road back to Broome and take up a spot in the Cable Beach campsite we have already been to. We've run out of food and beer and it's delightful to have access to a supermarket. Even simple shopping convenience cannot be taken for granted in these parts as is the case for most of the last 4 months. Maria and Beth go camel riding and Rory and I get a round of golf in. Beth sits at the front with Maria at the back and then ...