Mantra Frangipani Broome
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Broome
Before returning to Broom we free camp near the Willie Creek Pearl Farm. Again we are right on the beach with just two other campsites nearby. Beautiful scenery, very quiet and a good opportunity for fishing and reading. Back in Broome we have an apartment for 3 nights at the Mantra Frangipani. This gives us a welcome change from the camper and a …
... the 4WD sand tracks (& where they actually led) that we had done; over Lombadina, an Aboriginal settlement that I had read about in a book by a family that had travelled around Australia for 3 years & on towards Cape Leveque. Cape Leveque was on our list to do but some locals had advised us not to as the road was incredibly rough at the moment with corrugations for the whole 90kms. Still, from the air, it looked beautiful - Kimberley red cliffs ...
... the note read "pack your bags for a day and night at the Cable Beach Resort and Spa". Whoohoo how exciting some luxury was coming my way. So we got up and went for our regular morning walk along Cable beach, where there weren’t too many people out and about yet as it was pretty overcast, but made for pleasant walking weather. Once again saw another man walking his dog naked on the beach, clearly these Broome men like to be at one with nature walking in their birthday ...
Our day started very early today as we decided to chase the tide out to the Catalinas Wrecks which were about 2 km off the shoreline. We walked 5 km in total and enjoyed all of the marine life we discovered along the way. We squelched through the sticky sand and saw starfish, a turtle ( which we helped rescue), a conch shelled creature, assorted sea sponges, coral type creatures, sea snakes and fish. The weeks ...
... used in the "Reflections" video that would be sold on the ship later in the voyage. We spent a couple of hours off the Kimberley, slowly clinging to the shore with everybody snapping photos as the afternoon sun cast beautiful shadows on the rusty coloured cliffs, sharply contrasted to the turquoise ocean. This was definitely one of the highlights of the cruise.
The next morning, we sailed into the harbour at Broome around ...