The Shaba Bali
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... give testimony to this. We are both pretty
much in control characters however our introduction to Heathrow (and apologies
to our UK friends) was like entering a human zoo.
flying Singapore at the time, the chaotic indifference and “everyman for himself”
attitude of airport staff and other travellers made us feel as though we were
in a push and shove for cheap tickets on the *****ian version of Jetstar. We
both agreed ...
Fairly admin heavy day, full of flight bookings, hotel organising, printing off for our insurance claim (for the cancelled flight in Malaysia), laundry and other bits we just needed to get done.
Not as relaxing as we had hoped but we did get a decent lie in (the beds there are superb!) and even had a cheeky swim after lunch at Old Faithful; Cendana.
... test to make sure they work!!
We competed against one another and Raymond Chia's team won the race! Anyway in the end all the bicycles were donated to the orphans of Bali Salvation Army.
The funniest part is actually the dressing up in various characters!! Don't they all look very very cute??
Sunset cocktail at the Villa
We had some time visiting Rayne and Angela's lovely ...
... toothbrushes. Each little baby turtle needs to be gently scrubbed on his shell, head, flippers and tummy. This is to remove the algae that grows on them and in the tanks. This is done every morning to ensure they stay healthy and clean and don't spread any diseases to the other turtles. Each tank has a specific kit with brushes to clean the tank and turtles and isn't used on the other tanks to ensure no cross contamination. Once each baby is cleaned, it is placed back in the ...
... as we entered arrivals and headed to the tourist information kiosks. We were still sat in a cafe at 8.30pm trying to work out which hotel/hostel option was the best value, when we got message from Nay’s mum saying we could stay with her cousin Irene, who lives to the north of the city. We caught the train, changing twice to get to Khatib and met Irene who, incredibly generously, gave up her bed for ...