Uluru and Kata Tjuta


I am way behind with my blog but hoping to catch up a bit here. We arrived in Yalara on the 1st May; quickly set up the Robbiebago & then off to Uluru. It is absolutely massive. You see it for about 20km before you get there. We went for a short walk first and then we noticed a pair of bike riders and decided to come back tomorrow with the bikes and do the 11km trek around the base.

Kata Tjuta

So instead we decided to go to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) now and did a 3 hr walk up one of the gorges. The aborigines won’t tell any of their legends of the Olgas due to their secret men’s business and you are not allowed to walk a lot of the rocks there either, probably about 2/3rds of it, just the 2 sections we did go to. I think this makes it less interesting, but that’s the way the cookie crumbles.



Ayers Rock

The next day we rode the bike around Ayers Rock and finished off the day with sandwiches & champagne (compliments of the German tour guide parked next to us at the sunset viewing park! He had left over champers and we just had to help him out of his dilemma) We do try to be helpful when we can! Big cheesy grin!!!

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