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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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... of course. Home to wash the sand off, a hearty home cooked breakfast and a final check that all is good to go. Heading out for my last coffee for 3 weeks (maybe), then a rest in the afternoon before heading to the airport for the marathon flights of our first leg of this amazing ...
... fine. Swam in the Indian Ocean which was like bath water. We had a tour on a 'rib' around the bay where the Indian Ocean and the bay tides meet - whow - what a sight. Went out to the rib on a land to sea vehicle - new experience. There is about 10metres of height difference where the tides meet, which create large whirlpools, a bit like Corryvreckan. Have a look at the video and you will see what I mean. Jamie the 'rib' skipper assured me I ...
... you updated with some more things we have learnt along the way: - making a bed in a roof tent is extremely difficult, especially the fitted sheet. - we have finally found how to set up the tent with the side windows. - frogs really enjoy jumping into toilets (please note no more frog have been injured in the making of this blog) - Roger can spot a german a mile off but they cannot place his accent - Nic cannot go a day without injuring herself in some way, shape or ...
... some part.
Sunday to Sunday our Total Bird Species = 172
A few standouts (and a couple of lifers for Ivor and lots for me):
Oriental Plover (no pic)
Asian Dowitcher (no pic)
Black-Tailed Treecreeper (no pic)
Varied Lorikeet (no pic)
Bustard (always great to see)
*By late afternoon we reach the Barn Hill turning off the main highway, identified by a large white tractor tyre. At this point there is a 10 km dust track to the campsite which is located adjacent to the homestead. It is right on a private beach, which may not be 80 miles long but certainly extends for a very long way. It is the last night that the campsite is open. It closes tomorrow for the summer season. Yes, that’s right, it closes for the summer because ...