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We landed at Bali airport - yes we have been here before so again the wow factor of being somewhere new was diminished. Our expectation of Bali was very low this time too so there was some trepidation about being here again. We hadn't enjoyed our time on Bali last time - we had expected a beautiful paradise island that was all chilled out and quaint. For those who have been here, you know that Bali is anything but. A busy, jostling city that sprawls for miles, full of ...
... s on offer but we know more or less what we are after, we head straight towards the stall selling the best shellfish. We get 1 big lobster 3 smaller blue lobsters and 5 huge prawns (about 6 inches long) and take them round the corner to the chef. The little BBQ place charges on weight, we had just under 2 kilos, and think it was about £4 to get it all cooked up and what a feast it was. We must have had huge smiles sitting there working our way through the ...
... for 11.45 so I could leave for the airport but having agreed the price of 500,000 rupiahs for the week (roughly £25) he decided that he wanted more. Thankfully I only had 400,000 in cash on me (half for Wayan and the other for the airport departure tax). He kicked up a bit of a fuss saying he'd put time and effort into being there for me but he soon gave in once I said that was his job, he'd set and agreed the price. 15 minutes before I was due ...
... huts dotted about amongst them. Beautiful colourful plants intertwined along the edges, people going about their daily business of rice cultivation, it was amazing to watch it all unfold in front of me. The terraces stretched for miles up a small but deep valley and it really was picture postcard stuff, the kind of views you see in a film or documentary. We rounded one corner in search of whatever spectacular views we could find to be greeted with the most amazing ...
... our hike the next day. Sunday morning early early, at two am we crept out of our rooms to hike up Mt. Batur (volcano). Fourteen of us in our group from the green lion volunteer program, plus two other girls from Finland we drove through the small streets. The streets quite dead in the middle of the night, it was a very cool way to see the countryside in the glow of the moon and stars. We arrived at the base of the volcano still hours before dawn. Our guide handed out warm coffee before ...