Felix Spring

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  • Day23

    Ayers Rock (Uluru)

    May 1, 2018 in Australia ⋅

    First thing in the morning we drove for 200km to have breakfast at the state border from South Australia to the Northern Territory. We were brutally attacked by millions of flies and barely managed to eat our breakfast. So we were glad to be back on the road and safe. With just a short stop at a gas station, we arrived to Uluru in the early afternoon.
    Uluru is an impressive sight standing tall and red out of the vast dessert. We decided to visit the Olgas first (Named after the Queen of Württemberg) which are a series of stone formations, formerly a huge monolite similar to Uluru but now eroded. Once again we were welcomed by a heap of flies trying to drink our souls so we decided to have lunch inside the car, with outside temperatures of 32 degrees, was more like trying to eat lunch inside of a sauna.
    Afterwards we went to explore the cultural center where the aborígenes explain a little bit their legends, stories and a brief introduction to their culture and beliefs.
    It was getting late, so we hurried to the sunset viewing point were we spent like 3 hours watching the sunset and waiting for the moonrise. During the day Uluru changes its colors several times depending on the sun's position, our favourite color was an intensely glooming red which can be appreciated at sunset.
    Some may say it's just a big rock in the middle of the desert, but the contrasts, colours and patrons are quite mystical, overall an amazing experience.
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  • Day120

    Kata Tjuta

    March 4, 2017 in Australia ⋅

    Tag 2:
    5:00 Uhr aufstehen!
    Es war sooo ein schöner Sonnenaufgang... der rote Sand hat schon was!
    Danach sind wir zum Kata Tjuta gefahren... natürlich wieder nur geradeaus... :D
    Es war mal wieder seeeehr heiß aber die 8km wandern haben sich gelohnt! Es war unbeschreiblich schön!!
    Den Sonnenuntergang haben wir dann am Uluru angeschaut. Anschließend ging es wieder ab ins Camp...Read more

  • Day192

    Uluru & Kata Tjuta

    April 8, 2017 in Australia ⋅

    Der heutige Tag stand ganz im Zeichen der beiden heiligen Orte der Aborigines.

    Zuerst betrachteten wir den Sonnenaufgang am Uluru, anschliessend umwanderten wir die Kata Tjuta, um abends wieder zu beobachten, wie die Sonne hinter ihnen untergeht und den Uluru einfärbt.

  • Day17

    Kata Tjuta (Olgas)

    October 18, 2016 in Australia ⋅

    35 km westlich des Ulurus befindet sich eine Gruppe von kuppelförmigen Felsen.
    Kata Tjuta bedeutet "viele Köpfe" in der Sprache der Einheimischen.
    Die 36 Felsen liegen dicht an dicht und bilden tiefe Täler und enge Schluchten.
    Der größte Block, der Mt. Olga ist etwa 200 m höher als der Uluru.

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