I heard the howling as soon as I lay down to go to sleep. Dingoes. The sound came from my left; it felt as if it was far away. I hoped it was far away. I dozed off for a few hours, however it felt like minutes when I woke up again to more howling. […]
Things to do in the Northern Territory Australia :
Explore the remote beauty of the Outback with a Kings Canyon rim hike.
View Australia from the skies with a hot air balloon ride with Outback Ballooning.
Uluru – Australia’s most sacred site for the aboriginal people called Anangu – reminded me of so many places around the world I have traveled to.
Hotels in the Northern Territory Australia :
King’s Canyon Wilderness Lodge was more rustic glamping than I had done previously, but was still glamorous.
Longitude 131 is the premier glamping experience in Australia. And for good reason – incredible views, turndown service, complimentary mini bar and private views of Uluru!
Northern Territory Australia Food :
Dining under the stars at Longitude 131 – delicious food featuring local ingredients and beautiful platings in an utterly remote location.
Do you find remote landscapes beautiful and intriguing? Then you’ll find my photo gallery of the Northern Territory Australia simply fascinating!
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