Moonlight Bay Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoonlight Bay Suites Broome
We stayed at the Moonlight Bay Suites for 5 nights. Its located 5 minutes from town, close to the beach and a few metres from Matso's Brewery.
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It just seemed odd that the Broome airport is located in the middle of town? Or maybe this is normal elsewhere?
It took us 5 minutes to get to our apartment, the Moonlight Bay Suites. Upon arriving we were greeted by an older lady, I should have taken her name, cause she was very welcoming. Normally when you arrive late at night just …
... It’s been paid for, it must be eaten).
“How was everything, alright?”, asked the girl who collected empty glasses and plates cheerfully.
Now the Institute is in the business of pursuing the truth and could on this occasion not let convention (“It was lovely, thank you”) prevail over it.
“It was awful”, I answered.
Silence. Apparently, the girl had not heard.
“Whoever made this ...
... swim in the sea as it was full of stingers and jelly-fish etc which are quite painful when stung. Luckily I had been already been in the sea and not for as long as usual so thanked my lucky stars I had not met some of these local creatures. To be honest I was more concerned about sharks as WA appears to have more shark attacks than anywhere else.Off to the library to update the blog, cool down and check on the progress of category 3 ...
Well we were ready to leave, early to the airport and no dramas except an unhappy Bella who knew something was going on from this morning. The queue was a mile long and the staff at Broome airport were friendly and helpful as usual. No security swabs this time, not even Mum who dropped us off. Very scary getting boarding passes for the entire journey to Bangkok though. ...
... can you pick us one up? We had read about the Horizontal Falls which are caused by the tidal affect (the tides in Derby are up to 10 metres) that occurs through the narrow gorges in a bay just north of Derby. These are extremely rare and so we took a last minute flight over to see them. We met our pilot Michael (who was about 12 years old) and we got a private tour (we are really enjoying travelling in the off season). This was well worth it and was an ...