Many of my friends believe that Central Australia is a large desert with a huge Uluru rock in the middle. The first time I visited these places was in 1995. It was here that I first got acquainted with the art of the aborigines. Probably not many people also know that the famous Royal Flying Doctor Service was founded right here in Alice Springs, and its creator John Flynn, whose face you can see on the $ 20 Australian bill is buried nearby. With this issue, I begin a series of stories about Central Australia. In the next few episodes, I will share with you the amazing story of John Flynn, and the sacred stone that was placed on his grave, tell you about the first official teacher of Central Australia, whom many Aborgian children called mother. We will walk with you through the Royal Canyon, and I will tell you why this place is of such great interest among tourists all over the world. In the meantime, I suggest you look at the short sketches that I made during my last regular trip to Central Australia just a few days ago. If you enjoy this video, I would appreciate any comments you may have. It would also be interesting to know which places, of those that you personally visited, do you consider the most unusual and amazing.
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