We climbed Uluru the biggest monolith in the world and only one 7th of its actual size is above the ground. A monolith is a single massive stone or rock. I felt so excited the whole way up and down, it took us 3 hours. The first part was really steep so there was a chain to help us get up the first part. Someone must have been sick because we could see the throw up and we think it could be from being scared of heights.
On the top we followed the white lines but it still wasn’t flat so there were parts that we had to climb up instead of walking. It was pretty tricky for most people climbing. On the top we could see MT Conner, which some people mistake for Uluru. We could also see MT Woodroffe and it is the biggest mountain in South Australia. Another one we could see was called the Olgas which also have a great sunset and turn red too.
We had lunch on the top and made a video and then had a little meditation. On the way down we saw a falcon from above, it was awesome!!! Tom and Mum slid down the rock on their bottoms and me and Dad walked down holding the chain.
We watched the sunset on the top of the car, sitting in the basket. We also watched the sunrise I felt really tied because we were up so early it was still dark. We drove around the rock and walked some of it. It looked spectacular, we took lots of photos but most places we couldn’t because it was sacred sites.