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Alice Springs has a lot more to see than you would think. One of my favorite things that we did was the Royal Flying Doctors Service museum. The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) was developed by the Very Reverend John Flynn as a way to supply the center of Australia with health and medical services. Before he came up with the idea of using planes …
... from a large dented roof thanks to Eden again! Fortunately the guy didn't notice. Ken and I hit the pubs for a well deserved ice cold beer. Waiting for Eden to get ready was never going to happen and 3 hours later we returned to the hostel to find she had got carried away talking to all her old friends there. Continued the drinking in Annie's bar all ...
I'm thinking my 'best' rating is for a few things. Best stretch of road. Best hotel tonight. Least amount of k's for the day. Best weather so far. Best is also relative...so I'm hoping I haven't peaked yet! Had a leisurely start to the morning. Slept in and had breakfast at the hotel. Great coffee. I think I would choose a different type of room if I stayed there again but the restaurant was pretty good. The box aircon worked a treat and the bed was comfy so maybe ...
It was an early start at 4am for our flight to Uluru from Cairns. We arrived at 9:30 and had a 4 hour wait in the airport for our tour bus to collect us and begin our Red Centre adventure. As you can imagine the airport had very little, in fact it had one cafe in departures and one gift shop, the next 4 hours were going to seem very long, at one stage we were the only 2 people in the entire airport with the exception of the staff. 30 minutes prior to be ...
9th January No need for a row as the Apollo team emailed us to apologise for their cock up. We still popped into the depot though and the burner issue was cheerfully sorted within 5 mins. Top marks. Time to play tourist today so off to the Old Telegraph Park. No hat, water ,food, shoes and the mid day sun = Plonkers on tour so we didn't walk far! Up to the top of the ANZAC memorial, great view of the city (pop 20,000) Next stop The School of the Air. 130 pupils covered ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking