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... world? I have always wanted to do WWOOFING (more to come when we get there) and I found a place in Bali. Based off the timeline of when I was needed in Bali, I realized that I can use this time to travel and see the world, meet other people, live in cultures, expand my American blinders and be one with this amazing thing we call…”Life”.
So what do I do? I plan a trip through Southeast Asia by not planning a trip. I wanted a good experience to ...
... country and the pain hadn't really left since which was unusual. They did every test under the sun and had connected me up to things to monitor. They put me on some lovely strong painkillers and sleeping something (which didn't work) as I just stayed awake. Dais was finally reunited with me as she'd been sat in the front of the ambulance and bless her she was exhausted. She waited up and we did have a slight giggle at the ...
Aloha from sunny Waikiki,
This is a pure holiday, unlike the last few trips which have all been sort of work, escorting group tours. It's a change to take a couple of weeks to unwind from everything. It's a lovely place for just that purpose. As I type this I'm sitting on the 2nd floor balcony looking out at happy holiday goers splashing in the water, there is sort melodic island music in the background, the temperature is a around 30c, with a faint ocean breeze, ...
... on fire, throwing fire and the ring of fire. When our time was up, we headed back onto the main road to explore some more. We watched a Canadian street performer do his magic act who was very funny, saw another one in his Art in Motion display spray painting pieces of intricately detailed canvases incorporating his love of dancing, music and juggling throughout and did some more shopping. We stumbled in pro King's market place by accident as I ...
... get back there. Parking is for the birds around these parts so I continued to forge ahead with my piggies.
When I arrived I was anxious to be a part of the action. The bay itself is the most pristine sapphire shades of blue and to the left of it is a large rock formation where one can take the plunge from about 30 feet high. Are you wondering whether I took the plunge? Is the Pope Catholic? Is a smurf's butt blue? Of course I did!!! Don't get me wrong I ...
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84-1021 Lahilahi Street, Waianae | Condofrom $275
- Very nice place
- Perfect Vacation