Eco Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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Coral Bay is an interesting location. For those that have never been there: the entire settlement consists of 3 large caravan parks and a luxury (not all that flash) resort. There is a 'shopping centre' with a bakery and a tiny supermarket and, most importantly for us, a dive shop. We signed up for a day with the Ningaloo Reef Diving on the water. …
... the provided picnic benches. It kind of looked like a well practiced ritual. That said, it was still a nice part of the world and the boys loved the beach. Regarding the wind, it was the first time we had actually been required to put pegs in the ground so far on the trip so we really shouldn't complain. Our first mojito for trip helped everything seem awesome.. When we went to bed, neither of us could shake the feeling that we needed to search further afield for a camp to better suit our ...
... that name.
For Broome town, it is just a few crisscrossed streets that circle the main airport. Interesting times can be had, as small aircraft dip down preparing to land, the pilots can be seen jostling with the controls to counteract the wind, looking as if they're going to land in the main road, they fly just above the shop roofs to safely run on the strip.
Throughout the days, I slowly get to know more of the people around the hostel, from ...
... was a 220km trek, for us and Robbie and Will who were doing a day trip .About half was on corrugated red dust, which was challenging for the boys but loads of fun for the girls !!
We stop off on the way to see the beautiful Sacred Heart Church in Beagle Bay. It is lovingly cared for and inside is crafted with mother of pearl shell.
We arrived at the resort Kooljaman which is owned and run ( very well ) by the local community.
We set up camp on the cliff overlooking ...
... we promise we won't let Poppy get eaten by a croc). TUNNEL CREEK Another exciting day exploring tunnel creek. Wading through the cool knee deep water in the pitch black with our torches on. Krackers wanted to hang back to let some German tourist wade through before us to scare away any 'freshies' and commented that Mum and I seemed remarkably calm considering we were about to walk through a creek..in a dark cave..full of bats and crocs...with three small children! ...