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All was okay, clean a couple of maintenance issues and would recommend along with a view
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The adventure begins tomorrow! We have had two weeks off work to prepare for our six week trip to Bali so naturally we are doing all of our preparation today...with filthy hangovers to boot. We had a well large night at the Mangrove last night, which started as our work Christmas lunch and ended with a stagger into Chinatown to find a taxi to take …
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... days breakfast and tonight's dinner. Once I got back I made dinner and just hung here at the hostel. I was in bed by 9pm completely exhausted, there is a two hour time difference from Melbourne so that made me feel a little less crazy but still. This morning I was up bright and early with the heat, took a cold shower and made breakfast. While eating I met a man from the UK who is riding his motorcycle around the world! How cool is that?! I also met ...
... that rule obviously wasn't meant for them and had their generator on til quarter to 9. They were advised to turn it off at the appropriate time by the managers the following day.
We walked down to the Fortesque Falls lookout and almost to the Circular Pool lookout but decided we'd do more on Monday.
No power, no tv, no phone for two days but it was relaxing. Heard a dingo howl during the night and he sounded very close.
... we drove to Gantheoume Point and looked for the dinosaur footprints. We didn't find them though because it was about half an hour away from low tide - we thought we saw them under the waves. We then drove to Broome Historical Museum and saw a massive time capsule, a diving suit and lots of pearls. We got some fish for dinner and came back. We relaxed and made fish and salad for dinner.