Ooraminna Homestead

PO Box 1395, Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, NT 0871, Australia | Ranch
 

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Alice Springs and The Ghan

A travel blog entry by marilyna

... was pretty basic, it looked like an old-style cafe. There were another two Queen Adelaide restaurants and Outback,lounges in the train and we saw people we had met yesterday on the Nitmaluk tour, from Fennell Bay. By the time we got back to our carriage we were warmed up and quite puffed. It was time for dinner although we were not particularly hungry. We went down, waited for a little while and got in at about 6:40. The menu was the same as last ...

Day 17

A travel blog entry by alisonstockdale

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... saw the Stanley Chasm, the walk was pretty. We saw Grandpa on the side of the road, so we picked him up, no he was just saying go down this road. After lunch we did another walk through Simpsons Gap. It was beautiful. We went to Kmart then came back home. After dinner we saw a show at the caravan ...

Day 16

A travel blog entry by merren

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... of the children. Among the many stops we had was the first hospital built in Alice Springs by John Flynne. Fortunately, today was one of the days the museum/ hospital was open and we were able to wander all over it touching whatever we wanted. The guide was an ex AIM nurse and pleased at our interest. She then went across to the Flynne Memorial church and opened it up for us with the request the door be closed behind us when we entered for it ...

Alice Spring to Gem Tree

A travel blog entry by theworsleys

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... through a patch of bindi grass leaving him with a couple of holes. We headed across to the office to see if they may have a repair kit but not luck, while there we checked out the Gem room with display cases of Gems and other stones, then down to the billabong to see we're we would be having tea and back to camp to see if the tyre repair kit had small enough repairs to fit Bryce's bike, and we did. So ...

Days 16, 17 and 18 - Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by sammy64

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... could get emu feathers. I am now the proud owner of 2 bags of emu feathers for my felting and weaving. They are very unusual as they have 2 feathers coming from the one shaft, almost like a v. Even the feathers on the outer of the bird are soft just like a chickens under feathers. She also made harissa and chutney which made Brad happy - he does love his spicy chutneys. Tomorrow we head for Wycliffe Well which is the home of UFO sightings in ...

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