Moonlight and views.

We arrived in Broome and checked in to Moonlight Bay Suites.

I booked our accommodation based on research, and with the help of Trip Advisor user’s comments.
Kate, the receptionist, could not do enough for us, with information and suggestions of things to do and experience.

 DSC06720rI didn’t see this view until the following morning.

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As we entered our accommodation we were very pleased with the high standard of the facilities and the spaciousness.

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The bathroom was through the the door on the right of our bed, which contained a bath and separate shower with good water pressure.

Our check in time was in the evening, so we were unable to see the surrounding gardens.

As dawn broke I had to try and capture the overall feeling of delight from our small balcony area.

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The India  Ocean can be seen in the distance and the green mangrove area in the centre of the picture, which appeared dry at the time . The swimming pool was not being used, but was available to residents during daylight hours.

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I zoomed in on the area beyond the accommodation grounds. The lawn area is part of the accommodation and in the distance you can see the ocean – going out I think.

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The day warmed to very comfortable 30 c – because of the very low humidity 30c is very pleasant.

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DSC06898rLie in the pool or on a lounger and listen to the waterfall.

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Later in the day the tide turned and returned to the edge of our accommodation’s garden. The hundreds of metres of sand had been covered by the daily nine and a half metre tidal change.

The accommodation is self catering, but as we leave each day we leave a card on the door for our rooms to be serviced. In most self catering accommodation we have been responsible for keeping the place clean and making our own beds, but at Moonlight Bay they look after all these details to allow us to appreciate the surrounding area.

 

Author: 1944april

Traveled a great deal - about 70 countries - first foreign country I suppose was Wales, which was only 80 miles away from where I was born. Visited each Continent, except Antarctica, and I doubt that it is on my bucket list - too cold. I love Asian food, Australian wine & British beer & trying to entertain by writing.

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