When we heard that we had a 6 hour bus trip, Neil thought it would be interesting to sit bulkhead. It was a long day trekking across the outback. Didn’t see any kangaroos but saw a few “was-a-roos”, as they call the road kill here. They are nocturnal and it’s bound to happen here and there. We saw a 800 million old rock, a big rock, that was formed when Australia 🇦🇺 was still connected to Antarctica. I thought that was cool.
Drove a bit and then stopped at a camel farm. Australia is home to about 1 million camels, brought over here to explore the outback
The last bus stop was A,ice Springs, like dead center of the continent, and very hot and dusty this bird was just hanging out in time square
Here’s some street art from Alice Spring. No springs and Alice never visited 🙃
Next, onto the Ghan Train. An iconic train that runs from Adelaide in the south, to Darwin in the north Writing this from Darwin on Tuesday night at 9pm
Lovely ride. Kinda cool being on an old fashioned train with a bunk berth. Neil has pics of the berth, so sorry. Slept a few hours. Lovely dinner.