Alice Springs Airport Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is stunning, and like nothing I’ve seen before.
I’ve been so fortunate to be apart of an amazing tour group and guide; we have really had a wonderful time and have formed quite the bond over the last 6 days (many long bus rides, hikes and camping will do that to you!)! Once again, I was the only American. Its very surprising to me how few of us are out there traveling!
OK, I’ll try to breakdown our trip a bit without an astronomical post! We ...
... night stop was Uluru, or Ayres Rock, probably one of the most iconic sights of Australia and one of large Aboriginal consequence. We arrived just in time to see the sun set from a view point where you could see both Uluru and Kata Tjuta, another large rock formation close by with great cultural significance. It was incredible and I'm glad we made it as the next couple of days were cloudy at the critical sun rise and set moments! That night was our ...
... purposes. The women use the red men yellow and gold. Lunch was a picnic at Ormiston Gorge which was impossible to navigate to the end of and had a brackish stream/pool where people were swimming "shiver". Glen Helen Resort and Gorge and waterhole one of the 9 places that have water all year long, this a very important spot for early pioneers and the native Australians was a quick stop. Then it was ...
... offers dinner with the family. The other guest was a Geologist so we had some interesting conversations, a great night.
We are now back in Alice to restock and get ready for the next week.
Christmas Eve is only three days away. So until you hear from us again have a very Merry Christmas. It will be a very different one for us this year, as it will be the first Christmas without family. (We will make up for it next ...
... cattle station, the remnants of a helicopter lay out front, James said a couple weeks ago a huge storm had blown the roof off of a little shed straight into the helicopter, bad luck! Our campsite was lovely, permanent tents and swags were our quarters for the night, and after grabbing a tent and setting up, we all dipped into our crates and wandered up the hill to watch the sunset whilst James cooked dinner. At the top of the hill we could see a storm brewing out in the desert, ...