Hi everyone, This was Jens third time to Broome and my fifth so although it had changed a little since our last visit it was still nice to experience what it had to offer all over again. Our accommodation for the next four nights was a cabin in the Palm Grove Caravan Park it was located a very short distance from the famous Cable Beach. Swimming at that beach is one of life's great joys and a absolute must for all visitors, we also gave the pool at the park a bit of a work over during our stay as well. Every night we would make our way down to the beach to watch the sunset, it is one of the iconic things that you must do whilst there, although on our first night it nearly turned into a disaster. For a short time I lost Jen, yes I couldn’t find here anywhere. I started to get a little frantic and started to panic; then a camel moved!!!!! I haven’t shown you many churches on this trip so far, so here is a local one and then some wildflowers that were next to it. Driving around Broome is a very low key affair, no traffic lights and even in peak season it is so easy to get around. Driving up Cable Beach is a unique experience, so if you thought the lack of people at the main beach is terrific, try driving 20 ks up it and then feel the isolation and solitude as you will be completely on your own. On our return the camels were being positioned for that evenings stroll along the beach. There are three “caravans” that are used to cope with the tourist demand. We had to stop and let this group pass, they have right away as they could easily get spooked by someones car if you aren’t careful. It had been a hard day, but someone had to do it. That evening to relieve some of the stress that had built up we again watched the sun disappear over the horizon. It worked, we were so chilled after experiencing that beautiful end to another day in paradise. And just as well we were now in a laid back mood, for the next day would be filled with action packed thrills and adrenalin pumping excitement and a whole lot more. One thing that Jen and I had eagerly looked forward to on this holiday was a trip to the Horizontal Falls. We had booked it more than 6 months earlier and we both knew it was going to be one of the most amazing things we had ever done. We were picked up from our accommodation at 5.30 am, driven to the airport where we boarded a small Seaplane. We were soon flying north towards Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago some 250 ks north east of Broome, roughly 1.5 hours later we passed over the falls. These Falls are one of the most amazing natural features of the Kimberley region, if not the world. That’s just not me saying that, David Attenborough has said that often when referring to them and that dude has seen quite a few incredible places around the world over his life time. The tidal waterfalls (technically called “pinch neck rapids”) are located within Talbot Bay and are unlike any other as the water passes horizontally through narrow gaps in the rugged 1.8 billion year old McLarty Range.