Transit: Uluru to Alice Springs Qantas QF1940

Uluru Airport is a mini-airport to rival most other mini-airports.  There are two gates that seem to be operational and they both go out through the same door! As you can imagine the security line is pretty short - the only people going through it are 98% definite to be the same people who will … Continue reading Transit: Uluru to Alice Springs Qantas QF1940

Transit: Alice Springs to Darwin – Qantas QF1936

The charming Bathsheba at the Doubletree organised the airport shuttle to pick me up. The price in Alice Springs is $33 return. I wasn't expecting a Crocodile Dundee lookalike driving a 1970s school bus!  He seemed full of charm nonetheless. As usual, I'm not designed for sitting in a child-size seat, being around 6' tall! … Continue reading Transit: Alice Springs to Darwin – Qantas QF1936

Transit: Melbourne to Sydney Qantas QF432

Flights from Melbourne to Sydney are like Dublin to London, ten a penny and every half-hour or hour. As part of my 'Walkabout' ticket (I'll do a separate post on how Qantas makes it cheaper for international visitors to fly domestically in Australia), I could choose any one and went for 12.30pm - the optimum … Continue reading Transit: Melbourne to Sydney Qantas QF432

Transit: Getting through immigration at AEP Airport and into Buenos Aires – Remis / Car Service

There are guides online about how to take a bus from AEP (Aeroparque Jorge Newbery) or EZE (Ezeiza) airports.  There are also numerous warnings about taking the bus, or taxis (illicit or not) - in terms of safety, swapped counterfeit notes, long routes, etc.  People are also defensive that these are great methods.  I'm sure … Continue reading Transit: Getting through immigration at AEP Airport and into Buenos Aires – Remis / Car Service