Outback Motor Lodge

South Terrace, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia | Condo
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Shake, Rattle and Roll

A travel blog entry by mmpcoughlin


... time. I am trying to get photos of Merryn, but she doesn't stand still for long!

Hi Jane and Ken in USA. Hope you are having an excellent trip. As you well know we are only about 4 hours from Willowra here.

George and Janene: We have booked into Low Level the same day you will arrive. Look forward to catching up and hearing of your adventures. We remembered our 10 year anniversary of meeting you at Kings Canyon Resort.

Cassie tows the van

A travel blog entry by mortfamily5


... is 15km down a dirt road and then drive into Alice tomorrow morning. We asked the kids if they wanted to camp just 15 more minutes drive from were we were OR push onto Alice Spring and have Maccas for tea? So obviously we are in Alice Springs, and the kids are eating the clowns best! The wind had swung around by 4pm so the last 100 clicks into Alice were nice sitting on 110km with a tail wind and getting good economy. ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by merren


... and left a little plastic man with a parachute on his back. We bought 4 of these toys specifically for geocaching for we all love the fun of the search. Once on the road we visited Emily Gap (rock paintings) and Corroboree Rock. The scenery in this area is awe inspiring. The decision was made to skip Trephina Gorge on the way out and try for N'Dhala Gorge which we knew was serious 4x4 country. If we found the cars couldn't make N'Dhala there was still beautiful Trephina as back ...

4 July Day 18

A travel blog entry by hayleystockdale


... on the car. So, Thomas again helped to change a tyre this time in the dark. Martin then continued driving home. He was nervous with no spare tyre, no phone reception, it was getting quite late and only one car had passed us all evening. Further on a cow walked across the road in front of us and a kangaroo also jumped in front of us. It was a really good example for Thomas of the importance of looking out for animal ahead. Fantastic Day (but expensive, $700 worth of ...

Half way there in the middle nowhere.

A travel blog entry by kelvinals


... 30 per person. Warnings posted on a notice board inform us not to entice dingos with food as they are wild dogs and need to be left alone to survive the way they have done long before humans came to the area. Feeling very comfortable and relaxed in what felt to me like a spiritual place I sat quietly alone one day on a warm boulder under the comforting clear blue sky realising I've been blessed by overcoming a number of major setbacks before my trip began so I said a prayer ...

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