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Travel Blogs from Broome
... a rest and woke up in time to see the sunset. The sunset was picture perfect, far better than it was in Broome. Dad and I took some great pictures of the hard, red rock, then the glistening sea, and then the vast amount of colours in the sunset. It was truly a beautiful sight. Dinner tonight was good. We cooked steak on our deck and it was very nice. After drinking mum's great 'hot lemon and ginger' on our deck, I am ready to go to sleep. What a great first day in Cape Leveque. ...
... dirt road bumping up and down, up and down, up and down and up and down again, it was relentless. The trip ended up being 3 hours. We arrived in Cape Leveque at 12:00pm. It was stunning, beautiful. There was the most beautiful view over the water I have ever seen. We were also incredibly remote, dad explained that we were thousands of kilometres from the nearest city, Perth, and we were 200 kilometres from the nearest known town, Broome. At reception the explained the ...
Today was a travel day - not as exciting as the last two days. We woke up at around 8:00 and went to have breakfast. We all had our preferred meals as it was a buffet, and we left to the airport. Exmouth was one of the most amazing and exciting places that I have ever been to. We were all very sad to leave. On the way to the airport we stopped off a few times to look at WW2 memorials remembering the soldiers from Exmouth who fought in the war. We heard about soldiers ...
... it is absolutely stunning. There have been some beautiful beaches up the coast but not many with any surf so to have the white sand with the glorious turquoise water plus surf...this is very exciting! The 30 degree weather also helps. I think spending a whole week here will be just fine.
Mark and Elisa found the best place to have a sunset drink so late in the afternoon we headed out to the aptly named "Sunset Bar" out front of the Cable Beach ...
... work was an absolute vocation. The Mission was established by Roman Catholic nuns to care for Aboriginal children of the "stolen generation". We met a little boy who Spoke to us as he was walking home from school. He was a bright little fellow named Wilfred who explained that his mother lived at Broome where he went on school holidays. To come away without an enlightened perspective on this huge problem would require us to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking