Rocks

Okay. We’ve had a wonderful time at Ayers Rock, but this post will be a little short of text because I’m really tired. Our hotel was messing us around a little bit, so this was one of the times where I had to earn my money as a tour manager. But let’s not worry about that. Instead, just take a look at the photos and video below, as Ayers Rock worked it’s colour changing magic at sunrise and sunset.

nearby to Ayers Rock is another cluster of hills, equally impressive, but usually overshadowed by their more famous sister. Kata Tjuta / The Olgas.

Special thanks today, go out to our guide and driver, David, who did an excellent job of helping us to understand the cultural significance of the sites

G’night all.

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