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Climbing the rock: why do tourists still climb Uluru?

Climbing the rock: why do tourists still climb Uluru? | Japanese Language Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Each year, more than 300,000 people visit Uluru. Many climb the rock, despite the expressly stated wishes of the area’s traditional custodians that they do not. Why do people choose to climb Uluru, and why are they allowed to at all? Off Track takes a look.

Via Tatum Ansiewicz
Linda White's insight:
Recently discussions continued about the climbing up Uluru. I wonder how many people are injured doing this. How would closing the walk affect tourism?
Tatum Ansiewicz's curator insight, March 20, 2016 3:28 AM
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Linda White's curator insight, April 18, 11:24 AM
What kind of impact would stopping the climbing of Uluru have on tourism?
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こんにちは!「Hello!」| こどものうた | Super Simple 日本語

Super Simple Songs オリジナルのこどものうた「こんにちは!」をレッスンの最初に歌って、クラスメートに挨拶しましょう! Sing Super Simple Songs' original kids song "Hello!" to greet your classmates! ****
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