The Shaba Bali
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... small group of 'exceptional' rescue animals, and a very esoteric one it is.
It is PBFD or Psittacine Beak and Feather DIsease - a viral disease affecting all Old World and New World parrots. It attacks the feather follicles and the beak and claw matrices of the bird causing progressive feather loss and claw and beak malformation and necrosis.
It is more prevalent in Sulphur-crested cockatoos and little corellas and galahs.
... headed down to the beach bar for sunset drinks before moving on to the hotel's Italian restaurant Bella Cucina for dinner.
Wednesday 24th June:
The three of us went on the beach walk this morning before the usual swim and coffee by the pool. Another mum, up early swimming with her son, approached me to ask about Tom and where he was at school. She, like the mum from the day before, was impressed by how Tom was working so diligently during his ...
... lefts and rights.
Hiring Drivers - The best way to get around is to hire a driver. Really affordable and knowledgeable so well worth the money. They stay with you for as long as you hire them. We hired them for 10 hours at a time. They waiting whilst sleeping in their cars until we were done and ready to move to another break. Ask your hotel or hostel reception as they will be able to recommend and organise drivers for you.
... the day, if you knew where to go, you can find quiet snorkelling spots teeming with tropical fish but all in all staying on Gili Air would have been preferable.
No one said travelling was easy. The seas in the Lombok Strait had become choppy and the harbour in Bali had prevented any of the fast boats crossing. We had to get back to Bali for our connecting flight so, despite it being Jodie's birthday, we began a day of travel. The small ferries to Lombok were still ...
... I ended up making friends with an Australian woman who was just lovely. Why so lovely? She used the word lovely at the end of nearly every sentence. She was great. We chatted on the beach for lord knows how long without the conversation ever going dull. There was a traditional ceremony that took place right there in front of us and we had more questions than five of my kindergarteners. It looked bizarre as tourists just surrounded the area laying around the place like a bunch of ...