Good luck for climbing ;)
On the tenth day a group of people woke up a bit earlier and went to see the sunrise and I was one of them. The colours changed amazingly when the sun was rising. The view was incredible! A bus took us to Uluru in the morning and we had a tourist guy with us. We got heaps of information about Aboriginals, their history and what are they doing in these days. Uluru was huge, bigger than I actually expected it to be. It was really interesting to walk around it, listen to the stories and look at the paintings. They all had their own meanings. It was possible to climb on top of Uluru, but it is not recommended because so many people have had heart attacks or just fell off while climbing and died. There are also cultural reasons behind it and the rock is really important to Aboriginals. I wouldn't have been able to climb it because it looked so scary and dangerous and there was just a tiny little chain without any safety measures. It was also really important to be aware of where you could take photos and where you could not. Later on I went to a helicopter ride around Uluru and I gotta say that it was a really good experience. After that we had one more place to go, Kata Tjuta. It was near Uluru and it was a big bunch of rocks. It is not as famous as Uluru but it looked amazing. It is funny how there are just huge rocks in the middle of nowhere. After a really long and exhausting day we went back to the camping area where we ate dinner and got some free time. Next morning, willing people had opportunity to walk around Uluru. We started at six o'clock in the morning and it was 10 kilometer walk. I was hoping to see the sunrise, but unfortunately the sky was full of clouds.