I visited Uluru for the first time to Best Father’s Day Kansas Jayhawks Dad Shirt celebrate the close of the climb. We saw the last frantic scramble of ants climbing the red rock and saw the scar they have made on its face. Driving up to Uluru for the first time was the most amazing experience I have ever had. We went for a guided walk around the base learning about the story of Uluru which was fascinating. The NT needs to invite tourists to experience Uluru’s beauty, its awe & wonder and it’s history so people can see there is more to Uluru than the challenge to conquer it. If you want to see Uluru from above, take a helicopter ride. tell me, when were you there last to see that for a fact? And what’s your background in geology? The scar was obvious AF in October… and the expert geologists (you know, the ones with actual knowledge about these things, rather than your ego-driven opinion) estimate at least decades, if not centuries before it disappears. Maybe we should build a big viewing platform next to it? With some 5 star resorts. Add a Westfields, as well as an AFL ground, and also a horse racing track? And a Starbucks.
That may add some value to Best Father’s Day Kansas Jayhawks Dad Shirt traveling all the way to go look at a rock. You know what I’ve always felt was lacking at Uluru? It’s such a trip from the airport- why has no one thought of putting the airport ON the top of the rock itself? Tourists could quickly jump off, take a selfie, and take off again. No climb even necessary! Genius I tell you!