Diplomat Alice Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up and started to pack...and sweep and sweep the red dirt away. Drove an hour and a half into Alice Springs, visited the lovely Dump station and then drove to our hotel and packed and cleaned!. We were very sad to say goodbye to our Apollo beast. We didn't break down, kill any animals or have to change a tyre (even though we did test out a few …
Today we drove from Coober Pedy to Alice Springs and for the first time since we left Melbourne, neither of us took a single photograph! The drive was straightforward in all ways, but we noticed a lot of changes in the landforms and the vegetation during the 680km journey. The triple semitrailers that are almost 50 metres in length are a sight to behold, and a force to avoid. We will be in Alice looking around for a couple of days before heading to Palm ...
... The first time most people see Uluru, it's not actually Uluru, it's a mountain called Mt Connor. It's a tabletop mountain around half a hour before Uluru comes into view for the first time. Around 100km separates the two mountains, and to be fair to Mt Connor, it is also a very picturesque view. However once you see Uluru, you instantly recognise what you are looking at, you've seen it everywhere in Australia, every city has adverts, every souvenir shop has postcards, ...
... but it kind of feels like there is a two tier system. This may well be an exaggeration but that's what it feels like to someone who just waltzes in unaware. We get to our camp site on the edge of town. There are no flies, no biting wind, there are proper grassed camp sites, a swimming pool, drinking water and electricity as well as phone reception and therefore Internet, it feels like luxury, almost more so than The Desert ...
... and we are wowed by it's beauty and lunch turns into many hours. There is a kiosk clean amenities and camping available. It is an easy walk to the swimming hole. We climbed over the rocks and continued to find more waterholes as we went. The colours in the cliffs change from the deepest red to the blackest of blacks as you discover more of its hidden areas. Lots of ghost gums and sand to relax on. ...