Travel Blogs from Broome
On January 31st I flew from Perth to Broome. As I had neglected to check the domestic luggage limit on Qantus, I paid $10 per kilo for my excess luggage – all 18 kilos of it! Oh well, at least I have a wide choice of attire, shoes, and books to read!
Broome is a town of about 15 000 in the Northwest corner of Australia. It …
... fait beaucoup de nettoyage et de grosses taches plus faciles a faire sans les enfants dans les pattes, comme nettoyer et huiler la terrasse en bois ou laver les murs exterieurs.
Nous sommes souvent aller a la plage, en prenant Jed avec nous, qui est toujours tellement heureux de courir dans l'eau. Jed est un chien grand et fort, qui a peur de tout. Les enfants l'appellent parfois Scooby Doo pour cette raison. Il est beau et adorable, et on s'attache a ...
... on the road and we liked it, it reminded us of 'our' station. We also realised that we were much better now at spotting the cows from far away. And we couldn't help but letting a 'oooooooh' out when we were seeing a calf.
We stopped in a quiet rest area just before the border, with a nice view. As expected it was still very hot at night and we had much trouble to sleep, even with all the doors and windows open. There were a few tiny mosquitoes around us making a ...
... boats with no water beneath them. The town itself is quite small with only a population of 14,000, one third of which are aborigines. No building in town is over three stories tall due to the frequent cyclones (hurricanes) that happen here. Even so, housing is quite expensive, with a 3 bedroom 2 bath house on a very small plot, costing $750,000. Add to that about $10,000 in cyclone insurance, and it seems you need to be rich to live in this very small town far from ...
... and the beach is vast, wet mirror-like sand stretching way out to the waters edge. By midday the tide has come in by more than nine meters and the place is transformed by foaming aqua water and beach umbrellas and chairs for hire. Mark, Nina and Andie joined the brightly coloured mass of kids on surfboards and played around in the little waves. Mum and Dad sat in the comfy chairs, helped build sand castles and Mum held Lucy as she fell asleep in her lap. I ...
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