Diplomat Alice Springs
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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 …
... to perish in the outback and be eaten by kangaroos and wild camels. We finally arrived at the Ayers Rock Resort at about midday, six hours after we set off. My travel companions for the day were a group of geriatric Americans rocking the socks and sandals look and a chatty Spanish air hostess who saved my sanity. After a quick whizz around the visitor centre our first main stop was Kata Tjuta, a stunning, red rock formation comprising four majestic domes. ...
... area had lots of different snakes in glass enclosures as well as some other types of goanna's, lizards and thorny devils then outside there were more enclosures with more lizards and goanna's and a pool containing Terry the saltwater crocodile. We learnt a bit about crocodiles and how they attack and kill their prey as well as the treatment for snake bites - very useful information when travelling through the top end! After the reptile centre ...
... I want to get some cream.' This sent me into fits of laughter which set Dawn off, goodness knows what the other campers thought. Let me explain about our boxes - instead of a sponge bag holding all our soap etc we each have our things in a Decor plastic bucket with handle as these are easier to carry into caravan park showers were they are liable to get wet. You can imagine the conversations ...
... too spectacular. Then it is time to head on south with another stop at the visitor centre at the park entrance, as we thought we saw the day before they sold icecream. With the temperatures getting well above the mid thirties, we thought we deserved an icecream, our favourite lunch snack. As we arrive we find the centre closed for lunch so decide to do the same. Lucky for us, all the picnick tables provided were occupied by tour-bus people, this time an APT bus. ...