Jessica Court Townhouses

Address: 32 Gap Rd., Alice Springs, Red Centre, Northern Territory, 0871, Australia | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs

A town called Alice (Springs that is)

A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Mar 11, 2015

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... Northern Territory, complements of our tour leader.

Gary was going to write to the Prime Minister to advise him of her remarks, but given we don't know how long he will be in power, may settle for the president of the company...or at least tell Jane, our travel agent about it. It is not that our tour guide isn't entitled to her opinion of Alice Springs' version of "welfare Wednesday", but it really was uncalled for, given we were ...

Stop in Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Feb 23, 2015

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Finally the train stopped in Alice Springs. I looked in my guidebook and there was a hill you could climb to look out over the city and the mountains around. So, I decided to skip the fancy tours and just do that.

I thought it would be a lot taller, but I was finished hiking it in about 10 minutes. What do I do the rest of the ...

Almost packed!

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Feb 17, 2015

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Whew, after changing my type of luggage 4 times, I've now decided to go with the wheelie suitcase. Would rather take my big backpack but my back is telling me otherwise. So how do you pack for a 4 month trip to Europe, UK and Morocco, spanning 3 seasons? What to wear on the plane, going from 40 degree heat in Alice springs (with a stopover in Sydney for 3 days) to really cold in London? Think I'll go for the trackie dacs on the plane. I'm going for the comfort ...

Alice Springs

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 31, 2015

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... the road to Anzac Hill, which apart from having a war memorial on the top also gives an excellent view over the town and the surrounding hills. It was certainly a warm climb and we felt we deserved at least one beer. We tried to find a typical frontier establishment, but the only one we could find was closed. There was a more modern one next door, so that had to do! Then it was time to try out the hotel pool, which was very ...

The journey to the centre of Oz

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Dec 11, 2014

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... and bravely soldiered on against all odds. We still don't know why that happened... Up before the sun the following day, in the minibus by 5am as Annalise had asked, waiting on the other members of the group (the same who slowed us down at every stop on the way, always last on the bus). Eyes peeled for kangaroos as dusk and dawn were peek activity times, but we didn't see any. We had a long journey ahead of us, mainly driving with only Devils Marbles and the Tropic ...