After a small taste of Adelaide, we quickly realized we weren’t quite ready to spend time in a city. Opting for the serenity of the open desert, we started heading towards Alice Springs and, of course Uluru. On August 18th we made it to Mount Remarkable National Park, which offered a campground for $18/night. As has become our usual assessment, we thought this was too hefty, and instead went on the lookout for a sheltered spot we could have all to ourselves. It didn’t take too long before we settled in to what seemed to be an almost abandoned dirt road. We had taken out all of the necessities, and had just about relaxed to watch the sunset when a car came to a stop beside us. The driver informed us that we were on her property, and that this seemingly abandoned road was actually her driveway. It turns out we found an even better, more secluded spot for the night; here we enjoyed the sunset and marveled ourselves with the 53.5 meter long road trains shooting by.