Sunday, June 23, 2013
Having a Croc of a time at Matso's Brewery
Asking the locals places to see in Broome, Matso's Brewery was a popular suggestion so we decided to check it out and taste some local beer, ciders and have a bite to eat before braving the Malcolm Douglas Wildlife and Crocodile Park. We were give a free coupon for testers with our camel ride so we decided to take advantage and find out favour drop to tantalize our taste buds and warm out bellies (and hearts too!). Within our tasters my favourite by far was the ginger beer, closely followed by the Mango infused beer. We also had a mango cider, and it was refreshing and tasty. Kamahli and I shared a mixed plate of Turkish Bread, homemade garlic hummus (which was amazing), smoked kangaroo meat, honey ham and mussels. The entire place had a friendly vibe, and the staff ensured you were looked after and of course had a full drink at all times!
OUTFIT: Minkpink 'Hakuna Matata' muscle tank / Sportsgirl straw hat / Tensity limited edition broken heart faced goldern watch / Dotti Sunglasses
Then it was onto the Wildlife and Crocodile Park just outside of the Broome town centre. It was established by Malcolm Douglas; an iconic croc/animal enthusiast. As a little girl, I remember travelling up to Broome from Karratha and the crocodile park sticks in my memory as one of my favourite places. With the passing of Douglas in 2010, the crocodile park I remembered has been moved and the park now has over 5000 crocodiles and alligators, as well as wallabies, Kangaroo's, dingoes and other Australia Wildlife. It is very informative and a popular tourist destination. Make sure you get there for the feedings and information sessions!!
OUTFIT: Broome Salvo thrifted 'Wolf' top $7!! / Hurley tattered shorts / Myers Sunglasses / Target Sandals / Sportsgirl Straw hat
Remembering the good times and producing the awesome times to remember. My favourite times :)