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THE ADVENTURES OF S/V SERENITY AND HER CREW
Uluru (Ayers) Rock
12/30/2011

Goodbye to Uluru from our jet to Sydney.

Uluru (Ayers) Rock
12/30/2011

The diggerydo guy at the Sounds of Silence dinner--pretty good for a white fella.

Uluru (Ayers) Rock
12/30/2011

It seems that every hole, nook, discoloration, or groove in Uluru Rock has an aboriginal story or tale. This rock formation was supposedly created by the Devil Dingo giant pushing his paw into the rock.

Uluru (Ayers) Rock
12/30/2011

The wave in Uluru Rock--pretty cool, eh?

Uluru (Ayers) Rock
12/30/2011

I had to hold Uluru Rock up for awhile--it was a tough job, but someone had to do it....

Uluru (Ayers) Rock
12/30/2011

This is the hiking trail up to the top of Uluru. We did not hike the trail as the local aboriginal people ask that tourist do not hike on the rock. The aborigines do not hike on the rock as it is sacred to them, but they have agreed to let tourists do the hike. We respected their wishes and just looked up--it was awesome enough.

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