Arriving at Uluru: Sunset.

After a long hot drive up the Stuart Hwy in the “Red Centre” of Australia we arrive at possibly Australia’s most remarkable and most recognisable natural tourist attractions and significant aboriginal spiritual landmark Uluru. As we approach this huge monolith, I quickly understand why this is such a sort after tourist destination. Uluru stands tall, almost watching over the dessert and its people. There is just something about this rock, I look forward to tomorrow when I get to explore this place.

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