Ayers Rock/Uluru, is the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site and is most certainly Australia's most famous natural landmark.
I am so excited about seeing "THE ROCK" (the real one, since I also live in a little town called "The Rock"), for the first time so have to share the photos I took. Now, they ARE through the window of the plane, so they were a little misty looking, so I "automatically corrected" the images and was delighted with the result making them look more like paintings. Hope you enjoy.
The saddest thing I saw though, was a dear old lady sitting on a fold-up chair, reading presumably today's newspapers, facing a grave, with a bottle of water and some food in her bag beside her. A few ducks just sitting around keeping her company. I didn't have the heart to take her photo, though I would've liked to. Obviously, she is missing someone and simply was sharing her day. Don't you think that sad?
We also travelled through Burns Beach in absolute awe of the mansions built there and the views across the Ocean that they would have. Joondalup Resort and Golf Course was another "ooh aah" area of mansions come palaces. Had lunch at the famous Hillary's Boat Club area admiring many of the Launches for sale that with the same amount of dollars you could buy a great house for back at The Rock!
Remember! Come visit us at Stand A01 to see us at the
CRAFT & QUILT FAIR, Perth Convention Exhibition Centre from Wed. 18th - Sun. 22nd May, 9.00am to 5.00pm daily.
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