I will be climbing Ayers Rock
I think your writings on Ayers Rock are very one sided. I have spoken to numerous people that have climbed the rock and it is only when the government gave the area to the original owners did they ask not to climb it.
I understand that the money does go to the upkeep but the amount of money that you have to pay is high compared to the upkeep. After all what upkeep is a rock and a walking track compared to the price you have to pay to get into the park?
I feel that your writings in relation to other religious temples is completely wrong to compare it to Ayers Rock. Why did the original owners not complain before they were given the park? I will be climbing it when I get there. I also will not feel guilty.
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