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... The best place to implant this was in their gonads! Ouch! After 2 years the "seed" had been coated with the nacre which is the lining of the shell and hey presto a pearl has been formed. When the oyster gets too old, the pearl is not of such good quality. The size of the pearl depends on the size of the "seed". In natural pearls the size of the pearl grows with age. Went to the Broome museum which was very interesting and full of history of Broome in the ...
We had smoko at the Pearl Museum and then the boys dropped me at the shopping centre and they went to Museum.
We booked a flight for the boys to fly over the town in the morning and have been trying to book town tour on double decker bus.
Fiona and I are going to do the Pearl ...
... had a great time doing lots of things that we hadn't done before and generally relaxing after the hectic 3 months of touring.
Whilst in Broome we went on a camel ride. The camels were really cool and weren't as ponky as we thought. Mum's camel was 32 years old and Maddi and Molly's camel was only 9 years old. They were very docile. They were very high from the ground and it was a very funny feeling like you were going to ...
The day started with the boys scoring an egg and bacon roll at the tradie's breakfast at Kimberley Truss! Geoff was back at work for the annual stock take so we left him to it and went to check out the surrounds of Broome.
First stop was the Port just as a road train was dropping off it's load of live cattle presumably bound for Indonesia. We couldn't get a great look at the loading given the customs security on the jetty but we did see a turtle and the boys were ...
Today we had to leave Broome and go to Cape Leveque. We woke up early as Dad wanted to get on the rode quickly. We all ran around packing up our gear. I couldn't find my iPod touch but mum saved me by finding it under my sheets. She described my efforts as a "Boy look". After buffet breakfasts and some quick showers, we were on the road. None of us had much of an idea how long the trip would be, the GPS told us "In 197 kilometres continue on this road." That was the story of the trip. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBroomeTown B&B
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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