Climbing the worlds biggest rock
This is the sad sight of just another day at Uluru, the world's biggest rock. Every day, hundreds of tourists haul their butts up the chain-railed path that served for centuries as a sacred site for the initiation of the desert's young aboriginal men. Today, tour buses line up and park just a few metres away from the base of the rock. Of course, tourists regularly get killed from heat stroke or tumbling down the thing!
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