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TravelPod Member ReviewsMangrove Hotel Broome
All was okay, clean a couple of maintenance issues and would recommend along with a view
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Day 2 After a lot of driving we tried to get to Marble Bar before dark to set up camp but didn't quite make it so ended up staying in a quarry 80km's out of Marble Bar. When fueling up Dave realized the back window was missing and had smashed. After ringing through to Broome he was told there was no windows in Australia and it would take 3 weeks to …
... Sandra was disgusted to read on the info plaque that the central section of Karijini had been excised by the WA government to allow this mine to be established. Further down the road we hit Tom Price for a fuel stop. As we crested the last hill and saw the town below, it appeared like an oasis amidst the arid and mountainous backdrop. The mining town has 4000 residents - a quarter of them kids - and it was ...
... beach with Aiden in the water (fearless of the waves by this point in the trip) at every opportunity and Eli pottering in the sand. Andrew and Julia also scored a beach hut for one night and they came around to share the fire and help us reduce the load on the trailer (wine and beer) before the run in to civilisation the next ...
... in the same park.
Saturday, 27th September
The Courthouse markets were on this morning so we went in and had a look around at them and then continued into Chinatown and browsed around the pearl shops (so beautiful and so expensive), and a couple of art galleries.
We then went to find Anastasia's Pool, the tide was up high and the local kids were jumping off the cliffs into the water. It seemed strange to see the kids jumping into water were the other morning we ...
... our van.The following morning we headed back to Roebuck Bay for another smoothie stopping on the way to have a look at the Japanese cemetery located on Taiji Road, the road is named after the area in Japan where a lot of the pearl divers originated from. The cemetery is a final resting place for over 400 Japanese who died during the boom years of the pearling industry. The cemetery is beautifully maintained but unless you can read Japanese you are no wiser who ...