Alice Springs Airport Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... stop it was time to head to Ormistion Gorge, our Campsite for the next two nights. A great place to camp and a great base to explore the ranges. We visited Redbank Gorge, Mt Soden Lookout and Glen Helen Gorge.
After talking to a German couple and their young child at the campsite, we decided to have a look at the East MacDonnell Ranges before heading back into Alice Springs. They suggested Ross River Homestead and it ...
... him Captain James Tit, he was thrilled. Captain James almost immediately identified and isolated his first target, a pretty teacher called Fleur, newly wed but on the trip alone as her husband had already been out to Uluru. Fleur was summoned to sit in the front seat next to James and that was where she remained for the rest of the trip, mastering the art of nervous laughter whenever Captn James made an inappropriate remark! One of the first stops we did outside of Alice was at ...
... the note and Joe battled with the staple gun to attach it proudly to the wall! Happy with our contribution, we sat down to a dinner of burgers and chips and continued to judge the rest of the group. After dinner we decided to grab a shower as we had another early start the next day and we favoured a few more minutes of sleep in the mornings. One of us had a warm shower with only the numerous bugs to contend with, the other had the lights and hot water shutoff midway through ...
... it's us, the way we feel, the people we are surrounded by and the way we experience things. The highlight of the trip was for me the base walk we did at Uluru or also called Ayers Rock. That place is so magical, I can't even explain it in words, the energy, the atmosphere, it just gives you that something special, something more, a feeling of happiness, again... Yes, if I have to describe this tour with one word it definitely would be happiness or happy happy happy moments ...
... vital link to the rest of the world, and the way people made their home in this harsh environment. The adjoining park also had lovely picnic areas so we enjoyed our packed lunch there and had our first ice creams of the trip.
Then we went to the School of the Air Visitor Centre, where we learned how the School of the Air, a public school for children living in remote areas, is conducted. Back in the day (there are now some ...