Diplomat Alice Springs
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 …
... that carried and when we realised he was awake, we quickly got dressed, worried we had overslept and missed James's wake up call. We gathered in the kitchen, trying to find breakfast, we found it unusual it wasn't laid out like the other morning but shrugged it off and sent Joe on a hunt to find the bread and cereals. It was ten minutes before we were due to leave that the whereabouts of James was questioned... He hadn't woken anyone up, or laid out breakfast... And nobody ...
... was over 36 degrees Celcius]. Later we watch a spectacular Uluru sunset and sip sparkling wine [with cheese and crackers]. Then on to our campsite for [optional swim in a small warm pool] hot showers, a hearty meal [chicken and noodle stirfry] and a night sleeping in a swag under millions of outback stars. (Snack Pack, Lunch, Dinner included) [Bring a flynet! You may wear it on occasion.]
-This night sleeping under the stars was great. There ...
... what was difficult to manage. Already a bit stressed and hungry, we had to handle all our shopping and cook some dinner as well. In the evening I fell into the bed. We wanted to get up at 4 to drive to a place to see the sunrise. Unfortunately this did not work so we started the next day with a delay. ...
... Sumatra way back in August. It was a bit of a novelty for us. The other excitement on that day's ride was a short detour off the highway onto a loop that took us through an area with hundreds of huge granite boulders appearing to have been placed on top of the ground and often balanced precariously on top of one another. These boulders covered a huge area and were definitely the most interesting thing that we've seen whilst riding for the last 1,000 kms. The boulders are over 1.7 ...