As we travelled north, the scenery began to change. It seemed like every hour brought some change. The following photos show some of those different vistas as we travelled along in South Australia.
|This did look like salt but it could be just white sand of course.|
Train staff had been up and at work for quite a while obviously, as lanterns were set up to light the way to the picnic tables. There were a couple of camp fires and tables set up with coffee, tea and juice.
|I was so impressed that the mugs were china, not paper or plastic!|
And staff moved around with platters of food...fruit, scrolls, bacon and egg sliders/muffins...all absolutely delicious!
And how wonderful to see the sun come up...and then to see the beauty of the red desert. I'll let the photos 'speak'...
Before we got back on the train, DH used my phone to make a little video to show the length (1.2 km) of the train...I've fiddled around a bit to find a way to share the video in this post. Eventually, somehow, I have created a link to my Instagram account where I had already posted the video. The link is via the highlighted 'Marla' at the very end of the post.