Broome was high on the places I wanted to go to on the West Coast, unfortunately though I would not see it on this trip because of the amount of km we still had to do to get to Darwin.
Day four consisted of 950km of driving. First we would drive through Wittanoom, this had Daniel and Alice at their hypochondriac best, as the town carried an asbestos warning. The town was evacuated, there is no electric or gas there because of all the asbestos but still four crazy people still live there. Nutters! Still Daniel and Alice didn't like the fans on in case any got in or any windows open, which made the van like a sauna. Daniel was even worried that we might carry some away with us on the tyres.
We carried on to Port Headland, where we washed the car (not for asbestos reasons) because it was filthy from driving through the Karijini National Forest and it needed to be returned clean. I was having withdrawals from soft drinks of all things and was fed up of the water, so it was here I fixed that and got a Fanta and an emergency can of coke, which didn't last long.
We then carried on the rest of the way around 600km. It was pretty fun, I spoke poltics with Daniel, we listened to the AFL grand final in which hawthorns battered Fremantle, I spoke family, travel and things with Alice. And found how they had run the Jeonju marathon. Which was weird because this is where my friendS Becky and Anna taught in Korea.. We then had a bit of a sing song, before finding a rest area in Roebuck Plains which was just outside of Broome at 10pm. Unfortunately we only had two days left so there would be no time to enter Broome instead we would crack on and try and knock off some of the 1700km we had left to Darwin.
So until next time stay safe and take care