Uluru i.e. Ayer's Rock


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June 15th 2009
Published: June 15th 2009
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Finally left Sydney to explore Australia. Headed to Ayer's rock.


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On the way to UluruOn the way to Uluru
On the way to Uluru

this sign is on the lasseter highway. Isn't that the same name as the hotel in neighbours? what a coincidence!
the outbackthe outback
the outback

striaght roads for miles and nothing to see but bushland and kangaroos
found it.found it.
found it.

but its still too far away.......how can we get closer?
well we could walk...well we could walk...
well we could walk...

but that would be boring.....
How about by camel?!How about by camel?!
How about by camel?!

Since we are two of the laziest people around, we decided to get a camel to the rock! there are 2 million wild camels in the outback. They have so many that they actually export them to Egypt! ridiculous!
not the most comfortable thing to do.not the most comfortable thing to do.
not the most comfortable thing to do.

Our camel was called Alice. Isn't she pretty!
Just look at her pose!Just look at her pose!
Just look at her pose!

what a professional.
This is Cusco.This is Cusco.
This is Cusco.

He was the camel behind us. He kept trying to eat gareths leg. Cant fault him for having good taste! Thankfully he had a muzzle on.
Uluru at sunset.Uluru at sunset.
Uluru at sunset.

It turns bright red when the sun hits it.
The red centre.The red centre.
The red centre.

On the road to Adelaide. Totally flat for miles and miles....and miles.........and some more miles.....


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