White Gum Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... it is rated as being a good supply of excellent clean water. However the general impression we got, is that despite the heat and dry air, there is a lot more greenery around here, than we saw around Adelaide. That said from what we saw from the aeroplane we fully understand the term red centre, as we passed over vast swathes of arid, apparently empty land. Alice Springs has a shopping mall, and I think I spotted the usual ...
... burger or what seems to be the Aussie favourite a pizza.A quick drink in the Rock Bar and it was back to the hotel for dinner. Ah, suddenly dawned on us that a Saturday night out in Alice is dinner at one of the hotels. Everywhere closes at 9 o'clock so we felt lucky that they let us in and provided us with sustenance.Early to bed, early to rise - again for our transport to Ayres Rock.
... cattle station, the remnants of a helicopter lay out front, James said a couple weeks ago a huge storm had blown the roof off of a little shed straight into the helicopter, bad luck! Our campsite was lovely, permanent tents and swags were our quarters for the night, and after grabbing a tent and setting up, we all dipped into our crates and wandered up the hill to watch the sunset whilst James cooked dinner. At the top of the hill we could see a storm brewing out in the desert, ...
... or s’mores] after a hot shower, we will be sleeping in a safari tent [still optional to sleep in a swag since the tents tend too get hot]. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)
-There were more ants and flies at this campsite. After I woke up the second morning, at 5am, I know the ants I felt crawling on me in my sleep were not from a dream. I was pretty over nature at this point. I also had a very bad caffeine withdrawal headache ...
... was a pleasant place to spend the night. And dinner in the bar was a treat. The ceiling is lined with filthy old hats, stuck up there by cowboys who've worked in the area over twelve months. The hats look like they've been trampled on every day for twelve years. There's plenty of cowboy music and bad food but friendly people.
We left early in the morning, flying over the Simpson Desert. Really interesting. There are 1010 ...