Broome Beach Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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Green Mango was this mornings choice for a caffeine hit, before a wander in and around the numerous pearl shops. Those pearls are priced for Arab oil Shieks, although I didn't see any. We wander back towards Cable beach, along suburban streets for a while. Huh, no Croc sightings at Cable since 2:30pm yesterday and beach is open with lots of …
Nothing on the agenda today, but take it easy. A slow start then head into town for coffee. Hey what are all these cars here for. Somethings going on. Oh, its the Saturday market at the old courthouse. Markets are one of favourite things, so find a car park anc deny caffeine for 1 hour as we wander the large market of tourist trinkets, clothes, …
Cant sleep, up before dawn. Gotta pack the car and drive back to Broome today. The dirt road is not good even though we are told it was graded 3 weeks ago, Anyhow we head straight to Dragon Fly cafe for coffee, then around to Cable Beach to check in at Broome Beach Resort, into Geoffs unit, (now the Manger childrens unit) Then we hand in our comfy …
... enhancing and escalating production. By World War 1 when the price of mother-of-pearl plummeted, Broome had been the centre of an industry that supplied up to 70% of global demand for the shell. The scenario drastically changed during World War 2 though when Broome was bombed. However with 15 boats employing around 200 people Broome somehow rebuilt its pearling industry once again.
AS an industry, Broome's pearling centers are ...
... have to climb through a big ditch and I might get yelled at.... My stubborn, hot, frustrated self went for it! I made it without getting in trouble but did in fact have to climb down into a ditch then up to get out, over a guard rail and into the car park. I succeeded this with my big pack on my back and day back on my front.... Ugh. At this point I was happy to be back in civilization but knew I had strayed far from where I needed to go, was really ...