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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... personal with the tawny sharks in the next area, separated by a fence. I couldn’t resist so fed the sharks a bit of fish but fortunately (or for some guests, unfortunately) Ken the croc didn’t make an appearance. We were then ushered into the 900hp boat called Full Throttle & taken to the falls. By this time (about 30 - 45 mins after we had flown over them), there was quite a bit more water flowing through them & our skipper took ...
... where starting to talk to me and Mike was worried he might have to carry me to dinner hahaha. Around 6.30 we left the sunset bar at our resort and went for dinner at another restaurant on the beach front called Zanders, where we managed to get a table right in the front but not much of a view as the sun had set. Mike ordered a steak and I got the pork belly, when the meals arrived we looked at one another and said is this entree or our meal. As the portions were so small, ...
... We head off to Matzos in what would be the cool of the evening at home but here the heat just gets worse until well into the early evening. We had the last of our free beers and the obligatory photos. Unfortunately Zita began to feel unwell here and she left us to go home while Russell, Richard and Susan set off for 18 ', a tapas bar. We had one of the best meals of the trip. We returned to the unit to watch The ...
... a small brew pub down the street before catching a bus to Cable Beach.
Cable Beach is a 22 kilometre stretch of beach near Broome. Cable Beach was named after the telegraph cable that was laid between Broome and Java in 1889. Today, it is a well known tourist area, complete with nice hotels and restaurants. It's also where, every evening, a person can take a camel ride along the beach at sunset, for a considerable price, ...
... to ten jovial merrymakers sipping away at Carolyn's homemade cocktails followed by her Paella that contained Rogers 'big red fish' and then strange little drinks called 'shooters' .. Can't remember much more to write about after my second 'shooter'. Venturing further north the next day I pulled into a free camping spot for the night .. Once again after a brilliant outback sunset the sound of guitar and country music drifted towards me .. With a glass of wine and my harmonica ...