Alam Anda Ocean Front Resort & Spa
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... finger and .... pointed at the Hall and said "That's where the young men play table-tennis at night. We watched them the other night'.
My friend Heather, who lives here in Ubud quietly said
'Laine ... I need to tell you something about customs here in Bali - in fact also in India and lots of Asian countries. It is considered really offensive to raise your hand and point with an extended finger. You raise your open palm facing upwards ...
... dance in the beam of our headlamps. Vegetation began to thin out. The ground became more rocky, and shortly, the dust became thick, and I noticed that I could no longer see the stars. We were in a cloud passing the mountain! The terrain quickly changed. Vegetation became grew nonexistent, outside of coniferous plants, where before ferns and plants reached out shoulders and beyond. Shortly, there was none altogether. We were above treeline, as ...
... when we got out the taxi and walked to find our accommodation. Lots of people saying "taxi" and "room" the backpacks and the flight luggage labels let people know we were fresh off the plane. We eventually found where we wanted to stay it was on a quieter street and was in a nice garden setting with bungalows scattered around. A safe haven from the craziness on the main streets of Ubud! Nasi Goreng and a Bintang for dinner. It had to be ...
... names a body part: "Your liver, your kidneys, your blood, your stomach etc", all good until he reached one that hurt like a MF. He pressed again and this time I had tears of pain. Im sure people who were waiting to go next were scared. It is so hard to explain what kind of pain but it was intense. He said "problem". No ****. He then approaches me very gently and speaks softly and tenderly with broken English which, between the pain and ...
... or point things out. In fact I have to chase him pulling his fins to look at something I spot! We take 45 mins to check out the wreck and it goes to 30m deep but I get to about 20. The best viewing I am advised is between 15-20m. We head back and I am shown scuttle fish. My mask fills momentarily, mini panic but I clear it. My eyes stung but I got through it. Traffic down by the wreck is an issue. In hindsight i think we did it quickly but it's hard as time ...