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... so Cathy could make her signature spag bol dish - yum. We had two English couples in the van sites behind us, one with a very old, small van with the sign "Old *****" in the back, and the other with a huge, new van pulled by a F250 ute (very big thing) that the guy told me weighed all up 8 tonnes, and he got 18 L/100km "economy". He had 300 kg of batteries in it, 500 kW of solar panels, enormous amounts of water, etc etc. What did he do to afford ...
... not volcanic uplift. Should be a spectacular sunset shot..There is a Ranger talk tonight, at the other camp that we will walk over to. (This reserve has a ranger & the most flash long drops!!, First one in 8 days!!).Monday 26th August. Made it to Alice, unscathed, yesterday afternoon. Very strange to be driving on bitumen again - it's the first time since we left Mildura, baring the Broken Hill township!Parked up in the G'day Mate Tourist Park for a couple ...
... went out. That is only 4 weeks after the previous one that failed was replaced under warranty. An e-mail has been sent to AORC asking them to contact me ASAP in the morning.
So we looked around Alice earlier than we intended, did our shopping, had a beer, and finally had a Chinese meal in the Hong Kong Restaurant - as far as country Chinese joints go, it was not bad at all, even if absolutely all standard dishes (not a chef special in sight).
... We all slept in 'swags' which we arranged around the campfire and slept under the stars. A swag is like a canvas sleeping bag with an inbuilt mattress. We slept with a sleeping bag inside it and a pillow then zipped the swag right over our heads to block out the minus one dessert temperature. Day 3 Our guide woke us up bright and early for Uluru at sunrise. We had breakfast, packed up camp then drove to another viewing spot. It was so peaceful and watching the ...
... caused some excitement with cameras. Well spotted Bruce!
Time to fuel up before setting off tomorrow for Victoria River Station, so off to the Caltex Woolies discount servo and into the queue of beaut utes and caravanners' four wheel drives, which took half an hour to get through, as the servo's scanner for the vouchers was out of action and the attendant had to key in all the numbers. The things you do for ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed