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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Kids pool
- Multilingual staff
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Bloody freezing overnight, certainly single digit. We were warm enough in our safari tents, with donna, blanet & Bolivian poncho piled on top. About 1am there was a blood curling growl outside. I left up and closed tight all zips - yes actions of a hero I know. Morning and we were provided with a good breakfast before heading west again into …
Today off for our walk on Cable beach,; it's a sunnier day, and we are intrigued by the man planting white poles in the sand. All is clear as we observe the deck chairs and umbrellas he sets up for tourists. Pete and I brave the waters for a swim: it's a warmer morning than yesterday. Breakfast at home cereal and toast, I take my bike back (had …
... in the north but flatter in the south, all subject to high tides. The day after leaving Darwin was a beautiful sunny and hot day. Most of the time when you're on a cruise ship, you're out of sight from land. This is probably due to the Maritime Law that states that the casino can not operate within territorial waters, which is 12 miles out. However, on this day, we could see that our ship was heading towards land. This was ...
Day 1-Next morning we were up early and so excited to be heading to Broome we left at 7am and it was already 22deg, we love this weather. Yippee we arrived in Broome and made our way to Cable Beach Caravan Park. We booked in for 8 nights and we will see how we go. We all couldn't wait to get into the pool and you wouldn’t believe it but our site was huge and backed onto the pool area this is GOLD. I think we set up in record time just to get in the pool. After a swim ...
... 8217;s so it has to carve it’s own wheel ruts instead of riding in the car’s ruts. This time a little bit of digging and some Maxtrax under the rear wheels and once we got moving we weren’t stopping until we hit some solid ground, so the girls got left behind as they weren’t already in the car. Good girls managed to drag the Maxtrax out from under the sand and bring them about 50 metres back to the car.
Back down the crazy Cape Leveque road where ...