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Today we left Broome. It was hard to leave, it is such a nice place! I can see how people come over here for a month holiday (or something) and end up staying there for double or more time than they had planned. Anyway we had to leave because we are running a little short on time (and we still have 5,000 kilometers to drive), but we could have easily stayed there for longer!
Off we went to Gantheaume Point. The waves were crashing into the rocks making a clapping sound. It's ...
... is 35 meters long with a draught of 2.5 meters and a top speed of 12 knots. Itcan carry a maximum of 48 passengers. In our case, some of the cabins were used by the guest lecturers and we had about 42 passengers on board. There was a crew of 13 which consisted of the Captain, Anaru with the Mate,Kevin and an engineer, Mick, who looked after the engines, air conditioning, desalination plant and the various items of plant and sundry equipment. There was Alan the cook and ...
... cannot be avoided. After breakfast, it was back into the Explorer and we cruised across Koolama Bay to beautiful Tranquil Bay. We were warned that a large crocodile is often seen here, either in the ocean or in the lagoon behind the beach. The lagoon is filled by fresh water cascading over the huge sandstone bluffs, but the water level is high enough for the seawater to reach the lagoon and mix with the fresh water. There were plenty of small to ...
... the British at the Battle of Trafalgar, under lord Nelson. Adrian gave an excellent.presentation on mangroves and the wildlife we could expect to see in them. I thought that I had some knowledge on the subject but I was amazed at the extent of mangroves and rather large number of different species. It was good preparation for today's activities. Those of us who are taking the helicopter trip tomorrow had a safety briefing. Initially only 12 passengers indicated that ...
Next we headed out to a place called Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge - well this was a long way to go for not much. It was peaceful until the cows decided to start eating at our campsite around 2am - argghhh. Just getting too hot up here now - kids are starting to melt down especially when its still 38 degrees at 4 in the afternoon!
We headed further up the Gibb River Road towards Bells Gorge - here another beautiful spot. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking