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My one condition for coming back to Bali was no steps and no monkeys but who listens to me no one obviously. We were looking for for a particular tour up to uluwatu which I thought was up at in the mountains and their was cable cars to hill top restaurants...looks great doesn't it well that certainly wasn't the tour that we were on. Leo arrives to drive us on the tour and right from the word go the language barrier was always going to be an issue. We had our ...
... backwards down a shute into a big pool! Then lizzy went on a ride called 'the boomerang' where you go down and slide, then get propelled up a huge wall! It looked terrifying! After our afternoon at the water park, we headed back to Seminyak, then went to a BBQ dinner at the hotel, and had an early night because we were absolutely ...
... which was both hilarious and beautiful at the foot of the bed but it was 5.50 and I had stonking period pains. He then proceeded to be in quite a grump for the next few hours with intermittent delightful behaviour for anyone else who crossed his path. I think his teeth are giving him jipp - the final molars are all breaking through and he's hot and I think at moments a little homesick, bless him. We still had a lovely morning singing and dancing, with ...
... and presence and more skin showing and the nicest thing is we get to associate with them. We have missed generally being around and chatting to woman. Lovina is very much like a beach holiday in Europe, not like Indonesia at all and they have money in Bali, its rich really and you can tell, things are better made well the building and more effort goes into style and appearance. Its a good holiday for me and Kirsty before India. The ...
... for lunch and tea with "high 5's" for the boys all the way. 1 little set of ladies have even started nabbing Giddo and not releasing him until he's given them all hugs. I'm loving Bali so much more with kids... instead of getting 'you buy, plait your hair, special morning price' it's all "Hey boy, High 5" I hardly even have to say "no thanks". :)