I visited Uluru but, out of respect, only did the base tour. Even this made me feel uncomfortable at times when I learned the significance of a lot of the locations and caves and the 50 Years of Led Zeppelin 1968 2018 signature shirt that many, if not all, are no longer used by the Aboriginals as they feel that they have been violated. I visited Uluru some 25 years ago and even then, they asked you not to climb, out of respect. For that reason, we chose to walk round the base and it was beautiful and spiritual. As a civilized human race, we should respect the heritage and wishes of others.
During our visit a few years ago, we read the sign saying it was disrespectful to climb and had no intention of opposing that, being quite content to walk around the base and see Uluru from all sides. It’s spectacular, and the 50 Years of Led Zeppelin 1968 2018 signature shirt peoples who’ve resided in Australia for thousands of centuries have the right to control access to it as they see fit; they should have done it years ago! Each to their own. If the locals don’t want it climbed fine don’t do it. Come to the British Isle! I am delighted that Scots, Anglo, and Irish culture drives us up to our mountains and rocks into their natural wonder.
I was there 14 years ago when I was traveling. Even back then our guide at the time who was extremely knowledgeable of the 50 Years of Led Zeppelin 1968 2018 signature shirt culture told us that even though we had the choice to climb Uluru it was thought of as disrespectful to do so. So if course, we did not climb it. We did a fantastic walk around it. I’m shocked that people are still ignoring and disrespecting the culture of the Aboriginal people. I’m sure having that many people climbing up Uluru at one time will be damaging to the rock itself. It’s very sad but thank goodness they are closing it off after this.