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... overtook us.
The only wildlife we saw was soon after pulling back on the road and a couple of roos bounced across the road at the limit of the driving light coverage. Actually thinking about it,the other wildlife that we came close to hitting was when a couple of beautiful wedgetailed eagles took off and didn’t climb quick enough. I jumped on the anchors and it got airborne enough with a few metres clearance. Would have been a pity to hit it firstly for ...
... was keen to go. Alas, Trevor wasn't that impressed, and walked out without buying anything.
26th July: This morning we went out to the Transport Hall of Fame. Other than the thousands of every conceivable type of truck imaginable, we did find the tribute to Trevor's uncle - Jim Colwell - (Max's brother), that was impressive for us. We returned to the van for a late lunch and a lazy afternoon writing this blog!
... a little disappointed at not being able to see the White-winged Fairy Wren or the Variegated Fairy Wren, they seemed to be hiding and I couldn't see them. All in all a thoroughly enjoyable experience unfortunately John began to feel unwell and this worried me a little as we still have a long way to go before he slows down with the driving. We headed to the Old Ghan Museum to have a look around and I was a little disappointed with this ...
... up dead again".
The Desert Park's nocturnal house is the biggest one in the NT and was filled with desert creatures - Central Australia really isn't the dead heart with the amount of creatures the landscape supports.
We saw a dingo presentation. We were thinking about how much Mick Rawlinson, Jasper and Lewie would have liked this. Central Australian dingos are a ...
After saying goodbye to Sharon and Colin (again!), we drove into town today to do some serious laundering! Some jobs don't stop just because you're on holidays! While waiting the 37 minutes for the clothes to wash, we popped in next door to Coles (as we can never have enough food either!) Paul also wanted to pop into the Bottle Shop, but apparently they don't open until 2.00pm and you can only buy wine casks ...
Other places to stay in Alice Springs
41 Gap Road, Alice Springs | 3 star hostelfrom $40
Cnr Parsons Street and Leichhardt Terrace, Alice Springs | Hostelfrom $32
3 Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs | 3 star hostelfrom $43
6 Khalick St, Alice Springs | Hostelfrom $41
Traeger Avenue, Alice Springs | Hostelfrom $31
4 Mueller Street, Alice Springs | Hostelfrom $29