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We chat for quite a bit and she is from Java, they have come to play in Bali for a month, as back in Java it is Ramadan, and there is no where open to play! She has left her 10 yr old daughter with her parents while she is working here. It was a really good night and we stay longer than we where going to, mainly because of the music, well they did play several Beatles tunes for us, once they discovered we where from Liverpool!
... yoga, carrying my backpack, sitting long hours in the bus... I needed it!
For dinner Angela, Borneo and I headed to the night market for some street food.
Unlike the Philippines, a lot of the street food is vegetarian so I could also enjoy it!
Angela and I shared a Malaysian style omelette cooked in a crepe, and I had some fried tofu stuffed with veggies and some potato lumpias.
A little greasy, but so delicious overall.
I packed up and left the Rosani at 1am, as my flight to Shanghai was departing at 3:30am. I've always had hassle with China Eastern before and was expecting and prepared for more on my journey back home- this is why I left Bali ten days before I start work... All was routine at the check-in, but once I got through immigration, it was announced that the flight would be delayed by an hour- China just keeps clocking up the reasons ...
Decided that we would head over to Sanur today.
I always like to go to Tootsies for a shop and lunch on the beach.
It's lovely and peaceful over there, not at all like Kuta beach.......unless you encounter the market sellers and give them eye contact !!
We also want to say hello to friends from Queensland Trudy and Gary and our Scallywag mate bloodyron who owns a hotel there.
Tarja and Justin and the girls have not been to Sanur and Justin planned ...
... see you!) I was so tired I could barely keep my eyes opened. While relaxing at the porch of my "hotel" I had a long conversation with one of the Yoga Barn employees, a local. This was one of those conversations that start with unpretentious small talk and turn into something bigger. He was telling me how the Balinese value family and community, they live organized in communities of around 100 people (called banjar). The family live in large houses, which are ...