Kathys Place Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Alice Springs
... airport and went to the reptile centre and saw some snakes. We also saw some lizards and thorny devils. The lizard real names were blue tonged lizard a bearded dragon and a Spencer monitor named Ruby.
Bailey held a big snake that weighed 6 kg It wrapped around him and was all slimy. I didn't want to hold the snake but I held the bearded dragon and the blue tonged ...
... concrete sleeper laid on the stretch of railway between Tarcoola and Alice Springs. The track replaced the old Ghan line and was completed in 1980. Paul and I decided to get some exercise before dinner by 'walking the train'. The train is 774 metres long approximately so if we walked to each end as far as we could get, and back, it would be about one kilometre. It was quite fun going from carriage to carriage. I think there were about 35 of them but we ...
They say pride comes before a fall. Well, I didn't actually fall but I guess I did too much boasting about my wonderful new hip. It has let me know it is still new and still settling in so I have had to grit my teeth a bit today. However, it is still better than it was before. We have had a very pleasant day taking ourselves on a walking tour of the historical sites in Alice Springs. The guides at the different points were so friendly, very informative ...
... areas trees, toilets and showers with hot water heated by stocking the fire (this is done by the staff) and a couple of washing machines. We booked in for two nights as well as the Garnet fossicking tour and the Wednesday night camp oven roast. After setting up camp and having lunch Manning and Bryce headed of for a bike ride only to return soon after with Bryce having a flat tyre. We found the ...
... and Jesse Gaps which are small but both have a small bit of rock art. Then on to Corroboree Rock and then Ross River Resort. Insert laughter here! They don't even rate on the coffee civilisation scale as they only have instant. I'm beginning to think resort means you can buy a Streets ice cream there. $5 for a choc cornetto. On the way back into Alice we went to John Hayes waterhole. A very picturesque canyon with 2 large rock pools you ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking