Something different today – not a wave or speck of beach sand in sight…we’ve arrived in the Red Centre.
Thank you to the Anangu, the traditional landowners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, for sharing their sacred land with us. Uluru is a special/powerful place, an Australian icon, an enormous monolith. Six hundred million years old and standing taller than the Eiffel Tower – bang in the middle of an endless desert. You really have to see it in real life to marvel over its majestic scale and feel the history of the traditional landowners.
The Rock has many moods; here are some I’ve witnessed in the past two days. Like The Opera House, you can’t take a bad photograph of Uluru.
Some amazing non-beach experiences coming up in the next few days, you’re coming along for the ride!