The Rainbow Connection

22 & 24 Raggatt Street , Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

A Town Like Alice

A travel blog entry by thethirdcog on Aug 07, 2014

... my dinner. You are asked when first entering where you are from and then whatever nationality you are a flag is placed on your table showing your nationality - it is actually a really good talking point for everyone during their meals and makes people mingle. They also print off a daily menu which advises what was important on that day and the weather for the next day in the capital cities - you also get to take this home along with your coaster which ...

Back to Alice then over to East MacDonnell Ranges

A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Aug 02, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... Service exhibition. Really worthwhile - 1/3 of their funding is from government and 2/3 is from donations and fundraising. All services to patients are free. Amazing, in this day and age. Good display of radios used in the outback, planes used, staff and their usual tasks/work not only in the outback but transferring patients to and from hospitals up and down the east coast.

Met new neighbours who moved their van in. They are on their ...

Alice Springs - 2nd time

A travel blog entry by thefluidtelfers on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment

... On Monday morning we took the car to Sutton Motors to get the door lock fixed and Ruth and Jenny had a pedicure (Ruth’s shout for Jenny’s birthday). They really enjoyed that and it was much quicker than getting the car fixed which turned out to be a 2 day job because they found a broken cable for which a replacement couldn’t be obtained until 1.00 pm on the next day. John and Jenny headed off soon after lunch and we rode into town for ...

Ayers Rock, The Olgas, and Kings Canyon

A travel blog entry by heathervdv on Jul 27, 2014

19 photos

... the next week with them. They flew into Yulara earlier in the day.

On our way, we passed Mt. Connor. This is a flat rock out in the middle of nowhere with very steep almost sheer cliffs. After arriving and settling in in Yulara Resort, we headed out to see the rock at sunset. This was pretty spectacular. The changes in the colour of the rock from the afternoon sun to the sun setting is quite dramatic.

The following morning, we went to see sunrise ...

Stuarts Well to Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Jul 26, 2014

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... of mini buses go out to some of the aboriginal camps around town and collect people and bring them to the service and they live tough. During the choruses which were very old (30 + years) and very slow ( I had to stop singing sometimes because I
couldn’t sing that slowly) , I’m trying to breathe and not gag and saying things to myself like “ this is real life, you can’t pretend it doesn’t exist” ...

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