by "Juanito Hayburg"
(El Paso TX USA)
I and my two children (daughter, 15; son, 17) had the pleasure of seven weeks Down Under from 28MAY-15JUL2006, and I am now writing my fourth book about the odyssey.
Unfortunately, that scant amount of time meant we were unable to cover large segments of Australia, namely, the Northwest sector, between Perth & Darwin (as well as Tasmania and many other islands).
So it is by omission that I can say a return is imminent, with the focus on that most wonderful, as of yet unvisited, section centered on Broome. I know it is more of the same wondrous Australia, only better. I fervently anticipate return within a few years time.
Photo by Phillie Casablanca
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