Quest Alice Springs
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I can't even begin to describe how stunning it was, the whole sky was filled with stars, the Milky Way was even there, was stunning. We had breakfast and then set off for Uluru. Walking around it was an great experience and it did feel surreal that I was here walking around it. The only thing about doing it in this heat was the flies, and there was thousands of them and they don't ...
... known as Lake Amadeus.
We had time to check out our new accommodations for a few nights before we were off again heading to the real big red rock in the desert. And take a look at those photos - it really is that red! A fantastic and awesome sight even if there were bus loads of tourists joining us in a glass or two of wine and bubbles! After an hour or so the sun set over the Rock and after a thousand more photos we were again bussed out to our dinner ...
... and whipping our swags. I was snuggled, I just buried myself a little deeper and started to drift off, convinced it would pass. Joe on the other hand was having problems, there was a gap in his defence and he was collecting sand, mainly in his eyes and mouth, so when James hurried round everyone to tell us all to drag our swags and sleep in the kitchen, joe was up like a shot to bagsy a space away from the ants that had swarmed around the dropped food! The storm lasted the ...
... scenery you see when driving the I10 from Tucson to Phoenix, but without the cactus. I have done this drive many, many times in my life and there was nothing new to see. Unfortunately no wildlife or jumping kangaroo], viewing Mount Connor on the way [called Fool-uru since it looks like Uluru]. First stop at Uluru is the Cultural Centre for an insight into the unique culture of the local Aboriginal people, followed by a healthy lunch [sandwich and ...
... fascinated with the aboriginal park ranger during his talk on his ancestors. The nocturnal house gave us a chance to see desert foxes and night wallabies up close and active, and we finished it off with a cinema film on Australian desert life, which ended with the screen rolling up, meaning we went from pitch black to bright sunshine in a heartbeat and just about lost our eyesight. It was a truly unique park, full of interesting characters and information, would definitely ...