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... of the crashing waves. Again I lucked in with a private lesson and a beach almost to myself yet again. With some quick instructions on the sand and refreshing my memory with the 1-2-3 of getting up on the board, I was being strapped to my long board and running into the water. Man o Man I forgot how tiring it was to paddle out in the surf and how much my arms were burning after so many months of not lifting, but once I caught my first wave it was ...
... where we were going. It was a pleasant short walk and we were directed to the bar. The Hotel Tugu looks quite pretty but this bar was creepy. There were fabric light shade things with skull and crossbones on and tea towel bits hanging down the sides, terracotta heads lined up along a shelf and the meanest looking Shiva looking down over the bar. Despite the weirdness, we had a couple of nice drinks and lots of laughs. Ken and Linda went to have ...
... We had spent some time challenging each other to do various routes, using only certain colour grips and techniques. All drunk of course as this place turns out to be a drinking island here you start early, it's pretty cheap here and drinking Smirnoff ice is acceptable for guys here. It is far more refreshing than a beer cheaper. On this particular night our hostel ...
... since being in Bali they have both been early. This is incredibly unusual for any island nation. It took us about an hour or so to get to Padangbai from Ubud, and when we arrived we had some time to waste while we waited for the 11am speedboat to Gili. The Gili islands are made up of 3 small islands. Gili T is the biggest, but it would still take only a couple of hours to ride around the perimeter of the island on push bike. ...
... a stunning, 6km-wide, cobalt-blue crescent lake, Danau Segara Anak (Child of the Sea). The Balinese ceremonially toss gold and jewellery into the lake, before they slog towards the sacred summit. The mountain’s newest cone, the minor peak of Gunung Baru, only emerged a couple of hundred years ago. Its scarred, smouldering profile rising above the lake as an ominous reminder of the apocalyptic power of nature.”
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