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... sandwhiches. Nice and cheap lol.
Dinner on the beach with (you guessed it) Bintang.
... 5% of Bali's population adhered to Balinese Hinduism, 12% to Islam, and most of the remainder followed Christianity.
Bali is the largest tourist destination in the ...
... party scene in Bali. The crowd, from what I can find out, is largely young Australian surfers and beach-goers. They get obnoxious and very rowdy. They are the 'red-neck' crowd from Australia, although the Australians call them by a different name than 'red-necks'. I forgot the name, though. The Austrailains I have met are wonderfully friendly people. I hope to visit Australia sometime. They all tell us not to judge Australia by these rowdies, so, I won't.
... what it was used for. There was an entire meat row, again pretty much all chicken with some pork. Heather was saying how fresh and tasty all the chicken was in Bali and not pumped full of antibiotics and other **** as the poultry in her home country is. Adjacent to the meat row was a row of fish stalls, full of mainly small fish, which by the look of the colour of their gills and the clearness of the eyes, all seemed incredibly fresh.
The tour around the market ...
... through one door and bathroom another. The bedroom is good but the bathroom is great with a huge bath and door leading out to a private outdoor shower and the best feature of the villa is the outdoor day bed next to our very own plunge pool.
Nay and I wasted no time in pouring a welcome drink for ourselves and hopping straight in the plunge pool to refresh ourselves after 14 hours of travel. At this point it started to hit home, how amazing this adventure was going to be. I had ...