We did the drive from west to east. Given how few and far between the roadhouses are, this gives you something to do. It's completely dirt, with some broken down machinery, an airport, wild camels and rusted out cars are just some of the challenges you'll face. A really clever idea to keep you going through 2000 kms of not much else! At least you know where you can play golf you can eat, re fuel, find shade, and escape the flies!! A serious novelty game that you can choose wether to do a couple or all of the holes. Given there attached to the roadhouses (Meccas if life out there) the opening hours for the course are really dictated by the roadhouse opening hours and daylight. Most roadhouses have a handout about the distances between and opening hours of the roadhouses. Our school aged kids loved playing at the roadhouses, granted I think they were quite happy to be out of the car, have to watch for camels, snakes, and eagles, there were so many when we were there but we left them alone and they didn't bother us.
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