Pinctada McAlpine House
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Short drive from Barn Hill Station to Broome so after going to the vistor's centre to organise our stays up in the Dampier Peninsula and grabbing some lunch we were at the Cable Beach Caravan Park early in the afternoon. The Schmidt family had been there for a few nights so we had one more night with them. Also a family we had stayed at the same places at a few times parked right behind us: the parents are Gavin and Fiona, the kids Levi (13), Grea ...
... because they were both too small. Liv and Mum collected shells and pebbles sometimes, so Dad and I got the rods to ourself. We saw guys up the beach from us catching Trevalleys and Mackerel, so when ever they had something big on their line, Liv and I raced over there! In the end, they had too many fish in their bucket, so they gave us one of their Spanish Mackerel, and we had that for dinner. Barn Hill Station was really ...
... up and again she started with a rattling noise only this time it was a collapsed wheel hub, so back into to get fixed of course happens on a Friday and Monday is a public holiday, so an extra couple of days to wander the many pearl shops in china town,.(oh what a shame, poor Reino)
... luck would have it, the movie was being shown one night we were in Broome at the Sun Theatre – the oldest still-operating open-air movie theatre in the world. Not a drive-in, but an open-air cinema where the patrons sit in deck chairs – or bleachers at the rear of the space built for Aborigines a relic of Australia’s apartheid past.
“Luck”? Well it was an experience just going to the Sun Theatre. The movie itself – don’t bother……!! ...
... back of the bar only. Then the
vibrating note of the didgeridoo started and set the mood as the red dusky glow
of the moon cracked the horizon. We had luckily set up next to the guy on the
didgeridoo, later through conversation with him we found out his name is Paul
and he was half Sri Lankan half Aussie and self-taught himself the didgeridoo. And
nailed it!! After a paparazzi of camera flashes people slowly worked out that
trying to take a photo of the moon ...