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... and I wasn't sorry to say goodbye to her at the end of the tour. We both hopped on the elephant with the help of a couple of guides and waited patiently for the other pairs to hop on their elephants. Suddenly, the elephant jolted forward and started to follow the elephant in front of it. I took out my camera and starting taking photos. It was incredible being on such a large animal, it was so much more compared to a horse. The tour took us through the beautiful rainforest and I ...
Very happy I was able to sleep in as didn't have very good night sleep at all :(( Went down for breakfast then just sat and lazed by the pool (including having lunch!) by the pool until 3pm. Managed to do some aquarobics to try and work off the pizza from last night :)) Then we went to Manik Hairdresser and Peter ...
the only thing that is sustaining the economy up here and the Balinese are well
aware of it and from what I have observed, they are really keen to get their
kids educated to make sure they can be a part of this emerging country. Statistics say they do not have any
more people below the poverty than Australia does so they are adapting to these
changes very well. Sadly, I think the beauty of the place will be lost as more
My local informant, Wayan, said to me yesterday.
'You know Nusa Penida jus' like Australia, yes?'
'Hmm, I don't know about that Wayan, why?'
'Well long time ago Bali King send all Bali criminals to Nusa Penida. When they finish their time, King say "Can come back now". They say "No, we want to stay here now to live".
That just like you in Australia, yes?'
i thought about this for a bit and felt there were a few grains of truth ...
... guide took us on lots of swim-throughs where we only would have been allowed to poke our heads in in Thailand. Indeed it was some scary stuff, especially at night when it was like something out of a horror film, with huge fish popping out of nowhere in the middle of the eerie ship wreck. Admitedly I was scared to move my torch in to the darkness in case I lit up a silhouette of a shark. I also became distracted by the phosphorescent plankton that glowed a pale green when wafted ...