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Travel Blogs from Pemuteran
again we were up at 5am, most of our morning routine involving, as
usual dressing our excessive amount of blisters. Our plan was to
cover the twenty five or so kilometres to a town called Brombong,
half way between Pemuteran and Lovina, then catch a bemo to Lovina,
... of one wonderful waterfall. Then back to the villa for a swim in the ocean, out to the boat. Trading erasers and reading Despereaux before dinner. Tomorrow, if the weather holds, Menjangen Island, for diving and snorkeling
... the patterns of moving sediment among green water plants, it was very beautiful. Overlooking the temple, which was in a valley, was the Presidential Palace, it was used by Sukarno, the first president of the unified Indonesia. Apparently he liked to use his binoculars and watch women in the sacred pools. I have do do my reading about the political history, but I think that is right.
Our final stop was at the Botanical Garden. As you can all imagine, ...
... would cost about $5,000. So for $50,000 we could have our own Villa in this paradise. We can eat for less than $25/day (about the same as our grocery cost in Canada) and never have to cook a meal ourselves. The only downside is that Bali is hard to get to from Edmonton. Travel back and forth would be difficult. Also, Bali gets a lot of rain in December and January and may not be quite as lovely during those months. Food for thought.
... for the hotel staff for christmas day.
Dee-Anna and Mark have gone halves with us this time.........35 000rp each ($3.50) and it will say Selamat Hari Natal (merry christmas). We will present it at change of shift 2pm so everyone gets a piece. Just a little treat that they would never buy for themselves.
So we Swam, lunch, massage, lie down, swam , dinner.
So nothing very exciting to tell today....just another day in paradise.
Selamat Malam all (goodnight).