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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs
... stations. They claim to be the largest classroom in the world", covering 1,300,000 sq miles. Admirable, but not a black face to be seen in the classes. I read afterwards "children in indigenous communities may not be fluent in the English language and therefore some require additional support during their early childhood education--it is more appropriate that they have the educational resources and support directly available to them within their community." It seemed ...
... changed a large part of the outskirts into a huge motorway construction site. Our driver new several back ways but even he was confused by the number of changes in only a couple of days. We passed the Rio Tinto control building - from there the control in many of their huge mines in the north all the railway movements, the huge vehicle transporters and diggers etc making a lot of the mining labour free. They get better use of machines, less ...
... due to depart soon... But he leant forward and stopped me and Joe from getting up, telling us to wait until the end. Convinced I was getting asked to leave due to drunken disorderly, we thought our Ghan dream was over before it had even started. However, the words 'we would like to upgrade you to Platinum for your honeymoon' came out of his mouth... We stared in disbelief, we've never been upgraded in our lives... Was he sure? He was sure. He lead us through ...
... that carried and when we realised he was awake, we quickly got dressed, worried we had overslept and missed James's wake up call. We gathered in the kitchen, trying to find breakfast, we found it unusual it wasn't laid out like the other morning but shrugged it off and sent Joe on a hunt to find the bread and cereals. It was ten minutes before we were due to leave that the whereabouts of James was questioned... He hadn't woken anyone up, or laid out breakfast... And nobody ...
... night was enough for me. Two nights was too much. I tried to stretch my comfort zone, but I have once again established the boundaries. I am really in for it when I get to my Hilltribes trek in Northern Thailand.
I thought this tour would have included a lot more hiking, but even the hiking we kind of had to do as a group, and I didn’t really like being bunched up with twenty people. Also, those rocks were not worth all the driving in ...
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