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Australia is populated by people from diverse ethnic backgrounds and cultures, which results in diversity cuisine. During our two weeks trip, we ranked our favourite restaurants based on the number of our revisit intention. Our top 3 restaurants are Chat Thai, Walpa Lobby Bar, and Miss Lilian Tea House.
During the hotter months (October to March) of the year in Australia, temperatures can reach 36 degrees Celsius. Due to record-breaking heatwave in Summer 2018, temperature reached up to 42 degrees Celsius on the day we climbed Kings Canyon.
Uluru or Ayers Rock is a massive sandstone monolith forming more than 550 million years ago. Uluru is sacred to indigenous Australian. For us, Uluru is the overwhelming presence of the majestic rock. I highly recommend visiting this Australia’s spiritual heartland–it is truly once-in-the-life-time experience.
December is one of the hotter months of the year. Wearing suitable attire, such as light clothing, hats and sunglasses in daytime is a must. However, we forgot that the suggestion does not apply while we spent 3 hours on the plane–we were covering ourselves with blankets and winter jackets. Finally we arrived at Ayers Rock airport, a small airport in the middle of desert. Once we stepped off the plane, the heat attacked us in no time. The temperature almost approached 50 degree Celsius. How could we survive?