A Good Rest B&B

Address: 51 Dixon Road, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

      A town called Alice (Springs that is)

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 11, 2015

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      ... with a fleet of 53 aircraft and averages 36,000 air evacuations annually. Most flights do not have doctors aboard, but fly skilled nurse practitioners, like you Laura.

      The Visitor Centre was again a disappointment, mainly for the pilot...it was aimed primarily at fund raising (I had to ask for a brochure on its history) and the merchandise was so shoddy Gary could not bring himself to buy a hat either for himself or for Laura. ...

      Exploring the Red Centre

      A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 15, 2014

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      ... wet. After lunch we headed into Uluru to the visitors centre, where we learnt about the importance of the rock to the local aboriginal community, and how walking over it causes a huge amount of disrespect, and although it's not yet completely disallowed, it is totally frowned upon. Our group didn't have a choice as we had come at the time of year that it's completely closed anyway due to dangerous temperatures, but none of us were interested in doing it anyway. We walked ...

      The journey to the centre of Oz

      A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... land of cultural significance and trespass, we enjoyed our look around. I don't know why they thought we were keen hikers, in our shorts, wife beaters and flip flops we were hardly equipped for it! The desert park was just that, a desert, with a path leading through to various displays. The bird show was good, there weren't many people there so the birds were flying low over our heads. We learnt how to cook an emu the aboriginal way in uncomfortably graphic detail, and ...

      The Australian Outback

      A travel blog entry by ginpell on Nov 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... that would gather in pools around the rock. When white folks settled the Outback and drove the aboriginal peoples out, their fate was pretty much the same as North American aboriginal peoples - not good. Their art work is one of the few things they seem to do alot of, and I bought a piece. The outback is now cattle country, but it takes so much space to support them that the Cattle Stations (large farms) are quite large. Alice Springs School Of ...

      Days 35-39 Ayers Rock, goodbyes, and Sydney

      A travel blog entry by jbarnett on Nov 09, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      The group had three rest days is Alice Springs before continuing the rest of their outback adventure. They will eventually follow the coast over to Sydney until December 19th. With only a couple of days left, I had just enough time to squeeze in a trip to Ayers Rock and the cultural center in Uluru-Katja National Park and a hike around Kings Canyon in Wattarka National Park. About 18 folks from the our group went on a 2-day bus tour together. While not ...