After a sequence of Amazing Race-like contests, Edwina and Rich were recently announced as the NT Checklist champions (videos can be viewed here). I got a chance to speak with them after the announcement of their success so they could share with everyo...[...]
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A couple of snatched photos capturing the rugged beauty of Australia’s Red Centre. There are a never-ending supply of photography opportunities as the light soaks the rich ochre red soils, the pale tortured green leaves and the cobalt blue skies....[...]
With the words “lean right back” ringing in my ears, Murphy, a towering 24 year old camel gracelessly lifts his backside in the air before unfurling his front legs and standing up. The cameleers assure us that several of their guests have speared h...[...]
One of the most surprising parts of Australia’s Red Centre, especially when walking around Uluru (Ayers Rock) or exploring Kings Canyon is the variety and colour of wildflowers. Each seem so ideally adapted to the harsh dry heat – some have...[...]
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is apparent even before the plane hits the tarmac. Clearly visible from the air, the airport and the surrounding roads, one of Australia’s most iconic sights is strangely mesmerising. Roughly triangular in shape (most expect an ova...[...]
The Northern Territory is full of superb experiences whether it be exploring the remote Red Centre or the dazzling tropics of the Top End. See the evocative changing colours of an Uluru (Ayers Rock) sunset, ride camels, quad-bikes or mountain bikes in ...[...]
For the first time ever, visitors to Ayers Rock – aka Uluru – will be able to enjoy one of the best views as dawn falls over Australia’s Red Centre. The service will begin in March 2012, courtesy of Outback Ballooning. Flights will last around 30 minutes and pass over the Patji r[...]
Visiting a world famous icon always carries high expectations with specific ideas about the experience, while true travel always offers an extra element of surprise. Australia's Uluru surprised me with its colors, lightning storms, and zebra finches.
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"Thank You" will take you pretty much anywhere in the world. Not just because your mother told you so.
It's a basic travel rule and it really works. I've never really counted, but I'm sure that I've uttered "thank you" in at least 50 different languages around the world. I'[...]