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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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Hi today we arrived at Broome. We went to the pool and saw Matilda, Nina and Angus swimming in the pool. So we hopped in with them. We went for a camel ride, it was so so bumpy, but it was still fun. We went to the Broome museum, I found out that people who went scuba diving for pearls they had to wear big heavy boots so they could sink. Next we went ...
We drove from Pardoo Station to Barn Hill Station on Liv's birthday, and had blueberry pancakes for breakie, which was yummy. We packed up and started driving. We stopped at the road house and had lunch there. We arrived at Barn Hill and looked for Angus and his family, but we couldn't find them. We had pasta for dinner, and then had chocolate cake. It looked like Liv had a really good birthday! In the toilets, there was one ...
We headed up the Cape Leveque Rd which is an experience in itself with 86km of red dirt which ends at One Arm Point hatchery,
And beautiful views out over the top end of Kings Sound and out towards Buccaneer Archipelago
... and “blackbirding” was common practice – forcing Aborigines to dive after getting them drunk, passing out and dumping them on to pearl luggers. Thousands of Aborigines are estimated to have died from the bends, drowning or brutal mistreatment. Their place was eventually taken by Japanese divers particularly from one small coastal village in Japan who were considerably more skilled and resilient. The development of plastic buttons and the internment of all ...
... Roebuck Plains roadhouse which has just
been purchased by the Sharpe family we knew in Exmouth. Ol mate Wal moved up
here to manage a few months before we left Exmouth. We pulled up, set up, had a
beer with Wal then raced into Broome just before dark to catch the moon rise.
We watched it from the balcony of the packed out Mangrove Hotel. We had a sweet
little spot up the balcony almost to ourselves while the rest of the mob
crowded between outstretched arms ...