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... Coober Pedy, from pottery, painting, photography,you name it he does. Peter invited us to his home for coffee, to share more yarns & stories with us. He has a lovely dugout filled with treasures of many years. I had to buy a canvas from him of the Painted Desert, a truly beautiful piece of photography. This will be a day I will treasure as I look at the canvas.
We leave South Australia after 9 weeks, having seen such a lot of this State. ...
... on the go”, all pretty fun with the young bunch but as for sleeping outside on the ground when I imagined all the creepy crawlies and the spiders and ants and things I didn’t even want to imagine… that really pushed my boundaries!! Although I must admit I have never seen such a clear sky and SO many stars, the guide said its like sleeping under the 5000 star hotel! :)Well we survived our first night despite the heat of the night being increased when ...
... dived down and around it. It was FANTASTIC! Breathing under water with an oxygen tank on my back was a little strange to begin with but being in and around the reef with fish swimming so close to me was magical, it's a completely different world under there. The fish were brightly coloured swimming around a maze of different corals, I saw things I had never seen before like a huge eel about 3 metres long, a huge ...
... running almost vertical. Uluru was formed over a period of 2 million years, with layers building up, before turning. Once the pressure turned this enormous rock 88 degrees, the effect was that one side of the rock face is 2 million years younger than the other! Uluru stands 448 metres tall, but the incredible thing is that rather like an iceberg, there is a huge part of the rock under the surface. In fact the scientific estimation is that the buried part of Uluru goes down ...
6am arrived rudely and without any regard for our amount of rest. The tour included breakfast so at least we just had to get on the bus. We had a 450km drive to the two wonders of nature. The bus seats reclined and most of the truckers taking part in this excursion expertly got some sleep while the coach picked up other tourists and headed out to the highway. We had two guides who doubled up as drivers, one was a man from Chesterfield and the other an ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsVatu Sanctuary Alice Springs
A great free standing town house. 2 bedroom. One bathroom.
This apartment supplied everything.even a pool,and an area for an open fire.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.