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... up our thermos with 3 more cups ready for breakfast later in the morning.
From here headed back east towards Alice Springs and stopped off at Simpson Gap. Now this was truly breathtaking - loved it immensely and found it to be a very serene and peaceful spot to visit. It is one of the most prominent gaps in the West Macdonnell Ranges and with the sunlight behind you coming through the gap is magnificent to view. It is a very gentle walk followed ...
... with live specimens! I got up close and personal with a giant python! And we also learnt some very interesting facts about Australian snakes: We have the worlds most poisonous snakes in Australia, but only 2 deaths per year! Australian snake fangs are very short and do not enter your blood stream if you are bitten They only pierce the skin so an elastic bandage should be applied to slow the venom through the lymph glands Australia is the only Country in the ...
... walked up the sand dune that there was a huge salt lake on the other side. I told dad to give me his camera and I would go and take some pickies to save him the climb. Off I trudged and wu…lar just like magic (pickies) got back to the van, had a shower, organised some tea for dad and am doing the blog. So now we are all caught up…..at least I will be after we get to alice springs tomorrow and I have internet to send this. Going to loo and then sleepy byes love to all. ...
... was delicious!! Well worth the visit. When you go, tell them you've spoken to Chris and Mandy from Canberra !!!!
Tuesday, 29th July
Slow start today, and went out to West MacDonnell Ranges to look at Simpsons Gap and Honeymoon Gap which are close to town. On the way out we stopped to look at John Flynn's grave. He started the Flying Doctor Service in the outback - and he was sent out there by the church. He saw the need and did something about ...
... pieces from 5 generations of the gifted Namatjira family. There were two other galleries open and we
enjoyed displays of acrylic landscapes and photographic representation of the
Tanami Gold Mine.
At the Museum
and Research Centre there were various displays of meteorites that have struck Australia,
complete with topographic replicas of the holes they left. There was a large display of arid ...