by David Briese
My wife and I recently (late May-early June) spent several weeks travelling in the Kimberley, using your excellent website and e-book as a guide. Thanks for that.
I have just put a description and photos of this trip on my travel website. It is posted on 7 different pages for the different sections, with a description and 40 or more photos per page.
The direct link is www.gang-gang.net/nomad/kimberley/ which brings you to an index for the various Kimberley pages, or alternatively www.gang-gang.net/nomad/ then click on "North by Northwest in Australia" to reach the trip index page.
Hope that you find it interesting and useful.
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