Alice On Todd Apartments
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- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well that was interesting...... At breakfast at Kings Canyon after a really nice continental breakfast ,I got talking a n Aussie about the " off-road " loop which ran from the resort to Alice Springs.now I had a 4 wheel drive, why not!! Reassured that they had used it yesterday and it was a good rod with some "corrugation" I decided to give it ago …
Hello, I have arrived in Perth and finally have some wifi. Sorry for the long post but this sums up the last week. I wrote this entry on the bus from Uluru to Alice Springs, this morning I flew into Perth.
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Well, I am writing this from the bus ride to Alice Springs from Uluru after an absolutely amazing experience in the Outback! It wasn't the first thing on my list when I initially came to Australia but man am I glad I made it out ...
... of several in the outback, the sun rising over some of the hills, with red rock and sand everywhere reflecting the sun rays. We soon got to the Kings Canyon, the largest canyon in the world...cue arguments...according to geologists! We had a good walk around it and could see the different layering in the rock which was interesting. Most of the rock in the area is actually creamy which, but it looks red due to the oxidisation of the iron particles.
... Says the one thing he tries to follow from home is hockey. Great start to the day. Stops were Simpsons Gap a real Gap in the rock, awesome, Standley Chasm more like a canyon where it narrowed and ended. At these two stops the sky was so blue, the red against it was incredible. The Ochre Pits are not as dramatic as what we saw in Roussillon, France but just as important to the aboriginals for trading ...
... the effort. The camping area has the ranges as the boundary. We decided to look at one more gorge, Trephina Gorge, only 12km from the homestead. The rim walk was out of the question, no rock climbing for us, so we walked the dry creek bed of the Gorge. There is a Ghost Gum in the park, which is the biggest in the East MacDonnell Rangers and has been listed by the NT Government as a significant site.
The Ross ...