Quest Alice Springs
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... camels. About 21/2 hrs later we pulled into Angus Downs. A stop off place for buses to meet. One came from Uluru and 2 from King's Canyon. A very complicated switch of passengers takes place in an extremely orderly fashion and everyone hits the road again. Quite amazing!! On to Alice Springs. We crossed 3 major rivers, all dry but during the rainy season ( if they actually get rain) the rivers can overflow and close the roads. Hard ...
... the camels imported from the Middle East but they seem to have become very popular in OZ! I took a camel selfie, obviously, then got a picture with the stray dingo that the farm had adopted. She was actually quite cute but could have done with a good bath! There were also two kangaroos hopping around in their enclosure. They were really sweet and the farm owner was walking her husky round the grounds and ...
We only stop for fuel , milk, bread and some more fruit on our way through Alice to the West MacDonnell ranges.
That night we pull up at Ellery creek big hole, a water hole with a camp site part of the National park still., 80km west of Alice springs.
Ellery Creek big hole has 2km dirt road drive in which is not too bad. Ellery creek cuts through the MacDonnell ranges here and when the creek is not running ...
... feature in this region, it is red. We took a pleasant hike up the canyon floor, marveling at the steep 1000 ft canyon walls. Afterwards, we drove 4 hours (on paved roads) to Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock.
When I visited Uluru with my parents in 1968, tourists had only been going there for 10 years, the facilities were close to the rock and primitive, and only 3,000 tourists made the trip. Now, the facilities have ...
... the street. I just wanted to see the old historic gaol nearby!
That evening Josie and I met her friends Annette and Chris at a pub for some dinner and drinks, which was a lovely welcome first night.
On Saturday morning we met Chris and her friend Vika at Arulen Cultural Centre, which had a big art sale on. The place was heaving with people and rightly so, the works were amazing. I fell in love with a huge landscape but it was pretty pricey, so I found another ...