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... if it were not for the telegraph line. Its later years as a home for aboriginal children is a sad end for the Station.
Gary was really looking forward to seeing the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. The service first started operating in 1928 with a two-way radio set, run by a generator equipped with pedals and using morse code. It was established to provide speedy medical care to people living in remote areas. Today it operates from ...
... situation came aboard our minibus. Because it was coming into summer, the walk over Uluru was closed due to the temperature, and a lot of the other walks like the base walk, kings canyon and kata Tjuta were closed by 9am, when we got to our campsite it was just before lunch so we all donned our bathers and jumped into the pool to cool off. Captn James had a few icebreaker games we played, which usually involved him having a girl on his shoulders, or splashing people that were ...
... stuck rigidly to that! So no Christmas souvenirs for me... It's almost as if he knew! We shared a dorm room with a Swiss German couple who let us know about the desert park, and after some persuasion Joe agreed to come with me to check it out, it didn't disappoint! After an initial awkward first impression, our taxi driver told the people at the front desk we wanted to climb the hill at the back of the park, and then the park coming down on us like a tonne of bricks for wanting ...
Alice Springs is a short flight from Yulara resort. It's the main town in that part of the Outback in the Northern Territory. The aboriginal people of this area lived in the desert and they had adapted to the heat. It was 40C and dry, and it's not summer yet. They do get rain, enough to provide some sustenance, and the wet season coming up would have helped. Uluru and Kata Tjuta were gathering places during the wet season to take advantage of ...
... bunch CDs of Australian music on display (really grasping the important issues, our daughter).
All in all a day well spent, and we ended the afternoon with a visit to the pool to test drive Lotte's new armbands. Happy to report they appear to be a success, and our litte girl is becoming an increasingly confident water baby.
Tomorrow we're back on the road, ready for more adventures, but it was nice to have this brief stop in ...