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We woke up to overcast skies today – this first cloud we had seen since reaching Broome!
El Questro was only half an hour down the road and the anticipation was killing me! When I worked for Accor Hotels in the mid to late 90’s, Accor had managed El Questro and I had quite vivid memories of the place – it was somewhere I …
... the heat but we are seeing the Outback like few tourists ever do, especially Aussie tourists. They are far too sensible to be up here at this time of year!
*AG professes that he is becoming bored with the scenery, so some rock formations along the way provide a welcome relief to the scenery. The navigator is not being overly stretched either. It’s a question of turning right and keep going.
*We start making a note of ...
... So we made it up the hill in record time (albeit a bit hot and sweaty). The view was pretty good though. As experienced travellers now we understand the need to be prepared and properly equipped and clothed for the terrain. So after climbing up successfully, both of us in our thongs, it was only a matter of time before an injury occurred. Of course racing back down Nic banged straight into a rock bruising her toe (which finally meant we walked at a normal pace). ...
... leapt out of the water and snatched the mulie out of the person's hand! On the cruise we also saw some wallaroos, a rock wallaby and a fresh water crocodile. We learnt a bit about the area, life working at El Questro resort and the devastation caused by the floods in 2011. The homestead is the exclusive part of El Questro and we could see the bungalows that form the homestead perched high on the escarpment as we cruised back into the jetty. There are 7 bungalows ...
... from one passenger, "how long have you been doing this"?, the pilot confirmed it was his second day! So with confidence restored we took off. The flight to the Bungles in Purnululu National Park, took an hour at 2500 feet and 130 knots. We first flew over the Ord River irrigation project I mentioned yesterday, then off into the wide blue yonder. We flew over Lake Argyle. The Lake was formed when they dammed the ...
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