A Good Rest B&B
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... a few more days so I'll keep my fingers crossed. We drove up a small hill, Anzac Hill, wind thankfully blowing, surveyed Alice Springs, took the photo and were deposited back at our hotel in time for lunch/dinner and a beer by the pool at 7:00 pm. We are up to catch the "bussie" tomorrow morning at 5:30 am for the drive to Ayers Rock so I will close...plus think I have to walk back to the reception to send this. It is now 32 degrees outside so that is not a problem. Xo xo ...
... burger or what seems to be the Aussie favourite a pizza.A quick drink in the Rock Bar and it was back to the hotel for dinner. Ah, suddenly dawned on us that a Saturday night out in Alice is dinner at one of the hotels. Everywhere closes at 9 o'clock so we felt lucky that they let us in and provided us with sustenance.Early to bed, early to rise - again for our transport to Ayres Rock.
... nice, but smaller and the decor wasn't as fancy. When we headed through to the red seats it was just like being on the great western train back home, there was the same amount of space! We definitely struck lucky with our upgrade, we will never forget that! We met Malay in the red seats and chatted to her, mainly about the beauty of platinum! Danielle was also there so I took great pleasure in telling her about our fantastic upgrade!! Malay had been ...
... mashup. But the singers weren't the only form of entertainment that night... James was like a dog on heat and within minutes of flouncing into the room he picked up a girl, danced with her, kissed her, and returned her to her table. The first target was seemingly easy, but he wasn't as successful the rest of the night and he bounced from blonde pillar to brown post. The rest of us danced and sang and drank and enjoyed our last night in Alice, we were excited about getting the Ghan train ...
Early(ish) start this morning for our trip to the Outback. Left Alice at 0600 for a six hour journey by four wheeled drive bus, sounds delightful so far doesn't it! Stopped for frequent breaks at successively more remote stations, with successively primitive toilets, sounds like it's getting better, eventually arriving at our camp on the edge of the National Park. Then travelled to Uluru proper for close-up appreciation of the rock. Our guide/driver, a Kiwi ...