Aurora Alice Springs
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAurora Alice Springs
The room itself is fairly decent, although not for great standards. I choose this one because my outback tour starts at 6am tomorrow with the pickup at this hotel. It has free wifi, and a fairly nice outdoor lounge. It is right on the main strip and has a restaurant right on site. Outside the doors is a dried up river bed, which is a beautiful view of the desert that Alice Spring is.
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Made a very early start - up at 3:30am for a trip back to Uluru to watch the sunrise. Once again just spectacular although this time with more purple and blue hues than the sunset. We then took a drive around the base of the rock.
People were given the opportunity to take on the climb, but were strongly encouraged not to due to the cultural …
From ocean to desert Today I head off to Alice Springs. I chose to take the airport shuttle from the hotel, which was a cost of $12 vs. the airport train line, which cost about $20. The train would have taken me about 25 minutes, so I assumed a shuttle would be about the same, and for a cheaper price. How wrong I was! My domestic flight was …
We almost had a lie in this morning - 6am - a coffee and then off to view the sunrise over Mount Sonder. A lovely sunrise today and the promise of a beautiful day ahead. Back to camp for breakfast, packing up camp and an easier day for us as we drove into the MacDonnell ranges to our walk through Ormiston gorge. There were only 8 of us left as 10 …
Alice Springs ready for the camping trip - updates to follow when we get back. An odd place this, a town in the middle of nowhere. The local people here are an interesting bunch - a mix of real Aussie Sheila's who you wouldn't want to mess with and the indigenous Aboriginal people, who wander around almost zombie like. We felt quite intimidated in …
... on tour. But I say lucky, as they were just packing up and had a lot of leftovers that they needed to get rid off. So we got some juice packages, rolls, melon slices, cake…. How good can it get. Once we get through all that luch, the visitorcentre is open and we get ourselves the icicles they sell. No icecream unfortunately.
We then head over to the airstrip to book a heli flight over the Bungles. We are lucky. All 3 mosquito-like heli’s are parked on ...