One of the greatest natural wonders of the world, Uluru. Before my arrival, many told me it was a powerful place, and it really is – hard to explain why. It’s just so unbelievable, that in the middle of a desert, 450kms from the nearest town lies the largest monolith in the world – and it’s bright red! Not just a rock – but a cultural beacon for the indigenous people of Australia (really all Australians).
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 […]