A Good Rest B&B
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... Day 1: Alice Springs to Uluru
We pick you up outside your accommodation at 5.45am [later depending what hostel you are at. I happened to be at the first and earliest hostel but I got my pick of seat on the bus. There also will be a breakfast snack pack] and drive through the beautiful outback to Uluru [This takes six hours!!! We will stop every 60-90 minutes, but you should bring something to do on the bus. Also, the beautiful outback looks just ...
... amazing formations, beautiful place. That evening we were able to enjoy the sunset at Uluru and had the blast of a rainbow! To how many people does this happen, he? And you should have seen the special light moments, it looked like a magical place. Our tour guide cooked our dinner and honestly, looking at all the other travelers around us with fancy dinners and drinks, we were the most happy ones! Seems some people just forget to enjoy life. And it's not money that ...
... the floor. We walked 1.2km through beautiful landscapes. Hopefully my photos show the beauty of the area. The next stop was out Simpsons Gap. Different scenery as the photos show. The river was dry till we got to the end then a little water was ...
... for the first time and passed vineyards and farms growing mangoes and melons. Aileron had a proper roadhouse with a great bar and decent campsite. Just as we were arriving the Melbourne Cup was on TV in the bar and they had huge plates of cheese, cold meats, olive and dips out on the bar for the punters. In a situation like this what can you do except organise a quick sweepstake, get a few beers in and descend on the free nibbles like a horde of hungry, cycling locusts? Team Clarke ...
... communities etc. They are expected to participate in live broadcast lessons about 1.5 hours a day. The rest of the school day is typically spent with their home tutor ( usually Mum ) following the same curriculum as any normal Australian State School.
*Each child is visited once a year by their teacher and each week they have a 15 minute private session online which allows the teacher to deal with any problems specific to that pupil. The school ...