- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We just can't get enough of this beautiful weather. Another day in the low 30s with low humidity, crystal blue skies, turquoise seas, bright orange red soil. Flowering trees and hedges, palm trees swaying in the ocean breeze. Get the picture! The amazing thing, as they move towards the wet season, this will all change. The heat and humidity will …
Another travel day with little to report. A leisurely start as we headed off for a five minute drive to the airport. We flew with Air North in their Embrauer 170, the flight to Broome was little over an hour. An interesting place that owed its history to discovery of the Pinctada maxima oyster, the largest pearl producing oyster in the world. But …
... their 'condition' gave them greater lung capacity, all the better for diving. They've taken the fun out of the game now by farming the pearls.
Crocs here are under control so it's possible to swim in the sea (I waded) but you shouldn't in the wet season (now) because of the so small you can't see them box jellyfish which can kill, or at least send you to the hospital. Instead you can go on a camel caravan at sunset. I ...
Today was the big one. We needed to knock over 700 odd km's to get from Karijini to a Exmouth, which was still 70km short of our desired coastal camp in the Cape Range national park. We got away with relative ease - the boys actually slept in - and stopped after a short time at Mt Bruce where we dodged the 8km summit trek to the second highest peak in WA and instead opted for the Monora lookout over the mine of the ...
... oh the luxury). Dave almost got bogged just driving the patrol up the "drive way" so It was a good D to leave the trailer a short walk away on the hard packed sand. Although it was a pain to cart the fridge and other supplies, the beach access and vista made it worth it for the one night. Another glorious day was spent lazing ...