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... It turned out the taxi driver that took Edd’s mum back to the hotel told her that 20 years prior, the the entire beach had been protected with beautiful coral reefs, but they had been hacked away to make necklaces, sold as souvenirs and basically just completely destroyed. As a result, there is no beach. At all, anywhere, and the town that once thrived with tourists and trade, is now a disheveled, unkept mass of what was).
... us with break fast, lunch & dinner we were spending about $20AU and the food was fantastic.
We were told about one place which was directly across the road from the resort called De` 5, where we dined one night (and many more..lol), ordered 4 mains with drinks that cost us 76,000 rupiah or about $7.60 AU. We had a Sweet fried chicken which is one of the best dishes I have had in Bali to date, a prawn dish, fried rice and mei goreng. It was a tiny little ...
... with. Bryan revealed he had been planning this since we arrived in Bali, nipping backwards and forwards, discussing menus etc.
How lucky am I ????
Yes I know it too!
Gosh I love my life :-)
Well dinner progressed...slowly. We had seven courses to get through and we were in absolutely no rush.
Each course was delicious and the presentation was top class.
All evening we couldn't resist taking more pictures ...
... quite nice but nothing special and today had another early start, this time heading north to Tembulen. For once, armed with Strava knowledge, we knew there was a fair amount of climbing, indeed we cycled all the way up the ridge that passes between two large mountains through an area known as Tirta Ganga. This stunning area is filled with nurseries and paddy fields, iridescent green with beautiful red and purple flowers, made all the ...
... city regarding dengue and somehow I knew, this was going to be dengue fever.
Day 2, Monday: Pain, Fever and Exhaustion
We left at 6:45 AM and took the subway to the airport. The trip was efficient, but it took an hour, and we changed trains 4 times. This meant walking and standing for an hour with a 25 pound backpack. I was in pain, exhausted and had an increasing fever. I felt like ****. I slept on the flight, and when we arrived in Sumatra slept ...