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... bird that had worked out that food came out here at certain times and waited for its share. Cute!
We were treated to a lovely fly in display by about 4 raptors, the wedgetailed eagle being the last, though it didn't come straight away as it took off to the range behind and had a talon locking exercise with a wild eagle that had been flying along there. Then it did come in, scoffed about half an indeterminate furry animal, and took off in ...
... dishonest people around i think.
Accommodation in the camping grounds has been very good both price and facilities. The best bathrooms were at Uluru, the best camp kitchen at Coober Pedy, the best pizza also at Coober Pedy.
I think that's all for now.
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Well we finally got out of Alice and were on our way reasonably early. It wasn't far to go today but there were many things to stop and see.
First stop was Simpsons Gap, it was okay and we saw a black footed rock wallaby. Think we have nearly had enough of this sightseeing and combined with cold and wind our hearts weren't quite in it.
Next stop only 1km fro Simpsons Gap was the art studio of ...
... with the occasional big mountain of dirt. There must be so much opal here - it is just too hard to imagine! The place is littered with safety signs warning people to keep a look out and not to walk backwards as there is the possibility of disappearing down one of the millions of mining holes! While waiting for Paul to fill up the tank, I popped in to an opal shop. The lady (Italian I think) was very attentive to me, even though I said I was only ...
Thank goodness the sun has shone again as we decided to visit Standley Chasm today and we have been told that it is only worth going if you get full sun. The Chasm is about 50kms south-west from Alice Springs. Once you get there you have a 20 min rock hike to get to the chasm. Some of the climb is over little pebbles, and at other times you are either walking on duck boards or over quite large rocks. You dare not take your eyes off the ...