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However, several of my coworkers were upset about the way it was handled, and said that it should have happened at the beginning of the day.

I can see their side; maybe it’s better to do it first thing in the morning and get it over with.

Getting up at 2am, we were driven to the base of Sonder and from there it was head torches on as we hiked the 8km (2.5hrs) up in the pitch black, with only a gazillion stars above, the brightly-shining moon, and the other walkers to lead the way.

The views out over the rocky peaks and troughs of Tjoritja, in an ever-changing pink and orange sky, were breathtaking.

All waste and rubbish was removed from the camps on a regular basis, with everything being recycled where possible.

For me, highlights of the 6-day trip included a sunrise hike to the summit of Mount Sonder - Central Australia’s second highest peak at 1,380 metres.

This is how I have seen several other firings happen, and I thought that it seemed fair.

We would stop for lunch under the shade of the Mulgas, our guides setting up comfy picnicking spots along dry riverbeds.

Food on the trip was always wholesome and plentiful - 3 courses at dinner, and a well-considered menu - one night for example was toasted turkish bread over the camp fire with dips and olives, Barrumundi parcels also cooked over the camp fire with a sweet potato mash and salad, and then mini pavlovas for dessert.

In the safe hands of three young and passionate wilderness guides, Alice, Earle and Andrew, our group of sixteen began our walk at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station - the official start of the Larapinta Trail, walking west through witchetty bush, mulga scrub, and shady woodlands.

A diverse bunch of fellow adventurers - from a spine surgeon to a tailored-suit maker, a pig farmer to a production line manager, from a student to a corporate high-flyer, and everything in between - our group was made up entirely of Aussies and Frenchies (all of whom loved a “yarn”).

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