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These apartments are quite adequate for a stay at Cable Beach. Some maintenance needed, but the management are onto it. The management staff are very friendly and helpful.
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Another really warm day - it's supposed to be the wet season in the north but so far so good. Today we went to the Broome Museum which has a collection of artefacts from early settlers. The area was settled mainly with Japanese who were the deep sea pearl divers. There is a Japanese Cemetary which has many divers who drowned or died through the …
Another beautiful day so decided to have an hour on the beach - too hot to stay any longer. Beach deserted - so pick any spot you like. Had checked with Tourist Info to see if any jellyfish had been spotted - they are called stingers - and she said not this side of town. The water is so warm - doesn't even take your breath away. Didn't want to get …
Got picked up after breakfast - we are flying from the Domestic airport so only have to be there an hour before departure. This airport wasn't as busy so in no time we were in the departure lounge. Boarded the flight and then had to wait for 10 passengers who were arriving on a flight from Sydney which was running late! The flight is 2 hours and …
... in Broome, a trifle longer that I would have expected but very happy to say that the end is in sight albeit probably not until the end of the year. The weather has been very hard to cope with since we arrived back from our most extraordinary Northern Hemisphere adventure and I just want to hibernate with the air conditioner on and although I never want to wish time away I wish the rain would arrive NOW ...
... to carry out this activity varied. After considerable changes the Japanese divers came to dominate the industry. By 1910, nearly 400 pearling luggers and more than 3500 people were fishing for shell in waters around Broome, creating the world's largest pearling centre. The workers consisted of Japanese, Malaysians, Chinese, Filipinos, Amborese, Koepanger (Timorese) and Makassan, as well as Indigenous Australians and people from Europe. After 1930 pearl luggers ...