Eating Out: Ilkari, Sails in the Desert Hotel, Uluru / Ayers Rock

"Yano", I thought, "yano, it'll be difficult to take pictures when the flies are at rest on my face".  Yano? I was wrong. The flies of Ayers Rock and surrounds are persistent local residents.  After a refreshing breakfast (click here) and evening canape situation practically coated with the l'il buggers (like panko breadcrumbs, but darker … Continue reading Eating Out: Ilkari, Sails in the Desert Hotel, Uluru / Ayers Rock

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

Experiences: Uluru Desert Awakenings Part 1 (Ayers Rock)

The 'Desert Awakenings' Tour is another Voyages special (Uluru-based, Aboriginal owned and partially operated).  The premise is that you are collected at 5am - I typed that correctly (!) - and shipped out into the desert to watch the sun rise over Uluru, while being served a range of breakfast foods and beverages to while … Continue reading Experiences: Uluru Desert Awakenings Part 1 (Ayers Rock)