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... through skin. In the evening we went to Single Fin, a bar nestled onto the cliff, surrounded by views of the sea! We meant to get there for sunset but left Nusa Dua a bit late. They had a couple of house DJs playing really good music! Me and Amy had a great time! I think Charlie would have loved ...
... a room with about 40 other people, all holding hands. The instructor explained the breathing process, things we might see and 'cores' we had to focus on. He then warned us not to get distracted as some people scream, shout, cry, laugh etc. There were 7 breathing rounds. Round 3, nothing happened. But the next round was bloody crazy. There were tears, shouting, screaming, howling, people headbanging...Kieran and Nat sat their squeezing each others hands to say...'what the...' ...
Another experience stands out as well, this time after we reached our beach destination, when we were invited to stop for a beer at one of the many beach side "beer cooler" restaurants. This is not an exaggeration. Some local entrepreneur sets up a cooler of beer and other alcohol options, a couple of large umbrellas, and a bunch of plastic stacking chairs, and presto! It's an afternoon party gathering on the beach, where ...
... it this afternoon. Rumor has it, though, that it is the spot for lots of partying, and that there are a large number of needles imbedded in the sand? This made us really wary of plans for beach lounging or swimming, and we kept our shoes on while walking around. There were thousands and thousands of people there, however, running around barefoot. Children were playing in the sand and swimming in the surf... it really LOOKED fine. Perhaps ...
We had planned to fly from Lombok back to Denpasar (Bali) and were going to go to the airport to book our flights on the day, however flights the day we wanted to leave had all sold out, so Kerstin and I, along with Alex and Liza (who also climbed the mountain with us) decided the 5 hour ferry to Padangbai would be the best option for us. We would then take a bus that was included in the 200,000 rupiah price, (11GBP) that would take us straight to Ubud.
Ubud paints the ...