Australia's "Red Centre"

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davenn

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just got back from a few days in the heart of Australia where daytime temps were always exceeding 35 C

Kata Tjuta ( The Olgas)
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Uluru ( Ayres Rock) at sunset
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This region's history is told in the stories of Australia's indigenous, Aboriginal people
It was wonderful learning some of these stories as we were tour guided around the region

cheers
Dave
 

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Gorgeous! Thanks for the views.
 

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you're welcome :)
 
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Spiders? Mean Kangaroos? Flies? :D
 

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zillions of flies .... they drive a person bananas haha
 
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Ayres Rock is on my list for when I return to Australia!
 

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