Quest Alice Springs
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... huts. Definitely still camping but I didn’t have any visitors!
Tuesday (7 April)
We got up and went for a 3.5 hour hike in Kings Canyon, so beautiful! I really loved this hike, the scenery was stunning and it was incredible to learn about the rocks and how plants survive etc.
The group was a little slow, lots of stopping and endless photo shoots!
We headed back to the campsite for lunch then hit the road to drive up to Uluru (Ayers Rock).
No waterfalls today, just flat land and red rocky outcrops. We've, at least for the moment, left humidity behind. It was lovely to step off the plane in Alice Springs to a cool breeze and but still with the bright sunshine and only a few clouds. (30 or so passengers on a Boeing 717 capacity 125). High to day 29 but NO humidity. Purchase a ticket for the transportation into town to the Diplomat Hotel more or less center of Town and happenings. The lobby sets a ...
... 6 weeks it is not bad!
The outdoor pool was great to cool down in and had really cool bar stools in the water. An American group were also there and they had a BBQ on the lawn planned but the clouds were looking very dark!
Dinner was busy and so the service suffered we could watch it all fall apart around us! Of course we had an early start as the coach to Ulrula left at 6.30 am for the 5 hour trip!!
... it is the heart of the Earth, I felt that I am hugged by this huge energy field which was feminin. Like when my mother hugged me when I was a kid.
Kata Tjuta was like joining the old man in the middle of the village as they sit and play chess or cards. It was welcoming but first they check you out before they open up.
A week went by so quick that we were again on the plane on the way to Ballina via Sydney.
By the way in the desert was 48C...
... stations, and Aboriginal communities. On our exploration we left our hotel and walked over the bridge over the River Todd. Except at the moment there isn't actually a river there, just sand. Apparently it can reach anything up to 10m deep if it rains enough. Our taxi driver had told us it was raining a couple of weeks ago, and some water collected, but there is no sign of it right now. The water for the town comes from several ...