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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs
... Hart a salt lake on the way to Glendambo Roadhouse, very hard crusty salt & no fish!!
Glendambo R/H had good cold beer & lovely meals at the Pub, so we stayed overnight here.
Coober Pedy here we come. The Opal Capital of the World. The town of underground homes, hotels, churches, museums, opal mines. I found Coober Pedy to be a very interesting town, so much history & character.
A Great Outback experience with the Mail run ...
... trip and spent the afternoon at a travel agent booking up our 3 next weeks! We did however go to their local beech at Glenelg for dinner and ice cream by the sea, how nice it must be living by the sea permanently, it’s so pretty!The next day was the first of 5 early mornings, we were up at 5.30 to start our Outback tour! We joined a nice mixed group of people (although it made us feel pretty old that the majority were 25 years old and under :( !) after about ...
... rhinos, the list could go on! A visit to the lagoon ended in tasting some delicious tacos and the most chocolatey brownie sundae I have ever eaten, served with a pot of melted chocolate and chocolate crispy balls.
Airlie Beach was where the heat really got going, as we had entered tropical Queensland. On the day we arrived, it was above 40 degrees, crazy! From here we took a sailing trip ...
... we did pass a well loaded push bike 200km north of Alice Springs. More dead cows by the side of the road and a set of roadworks for a change. Into Alice and the 5* Big 4 site probably the best site we have visited to date. Weather mid 30's no clouds empty site. Connected to wifi find we have a charge for non payment of a toll. Row brewing tomorrow as we haven't been within a 1000km of Brisbane! Luckily there is an Apollo depot here as one of the gas burners needs looking ...
... leased to the Government for 99 years. At this time, many Aboriginal lands were renamed back to their Aboriginal names. This is an important part in the recognition of Australian history - Aboriginals having been here for at least 20,000 years. Ayers Rock had been named by an explorer after a then politician. The unfortunate thing was that Sir Henry Ayers was sacked for incompetence just 4 days after the naming. It is, therefore, to me more important that it be recognised by ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed