April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/24/2009, p76
Trade Publication
In this article, travel agent Elaine Simpson discusses her favourite experiences of Australia and also offers suggestions to the travelers. Amongst them the Aboriginal experiences, sailing in the Whitsunday Islands and ridding a camel are most important. She suggests to go for bush walking and snorkel and also recommends for ridding camels along the beach in Broome, Western Australia at sunset.


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