Guide to spiritual heart of Australia (Uluru)

Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the middle of Australia. It is in the Northern Territory. The rock is sacred to the aboriginal people of the area. The rock formation stands 348 meters high and has a total circumference of 9.4 kilometers. How to get there? Ayers Rock…

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Changing colours of the big Sacred rock

“Do you want to go all the way to see a rock?” was the question few of my colleagues asked. Well, it was one of my bucket list items, so I had to cross it off. I booked the tickets for the perfect long weekend of Queen’s birthday in June. What am I talking about?…

Glittering dots and dust in the sky…

I have always enjoyed meeting other fellow travelers. Some become good friends and some provide awesome information and/or tips regarding the place. One such information was the┬ástar gazing tour at Ayers Rock. First Day in Ayers Rock: During my sunset tour to Uluru, I met one female traveler from Canada (Sadly, I don’t remember her…