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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
... as you fly around you can see how they developed as there are areas where the land is flat and the soil just beginning to erode. It's the darndest thing! You have to go early in the morning to avoid a very bumpy ride. And I suppose during tourist season the sky gets crowded with sightseeing flights. But we had the place to ourselves.
Then it was a few not impressive hours to Broome, a popular tourist town with a couple of ...
... yet to ripen. It's worth mentioning here that Sandra was still on the hook to get some mangoes for Aiden as since leaving canberra, she had promised that the north would hold a lifetime supply of the boy's favourite fruit - since Kununurra, it was evident that the season was yet to kick off. Broome yielded nothing better. The boys were lucky to have another lesson in how the food chain works (following the bird and spider event and the freshies snapping away at the bats ...
*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 ...
... the feeling of the camels standing up and then kneeling back down again - despite the fact that she likes all the rides at the royal show! After our camel ride we gave them all a carrot which they loved. I had cooked a scotch broth in the eco pot at lunchtime so after the camel ride we sat on the beach enjoying the last of the red colour in the sky and ate our dinner. The perfect end to another very enjoyable Broome day. Distance travelled ...