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When we walked around the Uluru

Uluru, Australia

When we walk around the Uluru we were like in a dream. At the beginning we’re so exited about the place and the moment that we didn’t realized what we were up to. So after 7 o 8 km walking we started to be very thirsty and we hadn’t water enough. Shit! We were in the middle of the dessert with no one in sight… So unprepared!

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But then,  just when we though we were going to die of thirst in the red center of Australia, we found a little fountain. «Drink slowly» it said. We tried. And we continued our walk with bottles full of water and ourselves full of confidence.

The 16km walk around this magic place were more than amazing, it was a unique experience that left us exhausted and our sneakers red for months.

We’ve to admite that the travel to arrive in Ayers Rocks and the accommodation there is expensive, but now we can tell you that  worth it. So if you are planning to go and you need some help or information for it just ask us on the comments!


For the last 10 years I've lived in different cities, countries and continents. I've had contrasting job and life experiences that have lead me on an interesting and creative journey to learning about digital media, creative design, marketing and communications. And I've never stopped traveling, not even when my little daughter (V) was born. Now we speak about traveling with babies and kids. Sharing our experience to make other parents know that travelling with little ones is possible and fun!

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