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Finally we touched down at Denpasar and sleepily made our way through the series of queues that we needed to pass to get out. Amidst screaming children and weary travelers we wondered desperately who had won the footy. ''Hey, we're not in Australia anymore'' exclaimed Chris as it dawned on her that on foreign soil, there's always free Wi-Fi. (c'mon …
All the time we are here we are acutely aware of what brought us here. Which is basically the death of our friend. Isn't that in itself a weird enough dichotomy? Here we are, enjoying luxury (yes it's bloody afternoon tea time again) which we would never have enjoyed were it not for such tragedy. Believe me I struggle enough with that. And we 'visited Brad' again today and it's all so unreal. His temple is a high stone pillar, with no engraving such ...
... by a pool with breakfast thrown in (not in the pool, silly) for around £8 a night. And to create that tranquil vibe in one of the busiest cities in the world deserves every good piece of luck going. Nice one Hermann.
But for us it meant going from..the ridiculous to the sublime. Five star luxury sublime with servants thrown in (not in the..oh, done that one). For those that don't know. About fifteen years ago I became good ...
... enough to get away with not wearing a sarong. On to the attraction itself, while the entrance to the cave itself was quite interesting, the rest of the site itself was somewhat less than impressive. It didn't take long to have a look around it. There was a Buddhist temple somewhere on site I could have looked at, but it was so far down in a valley, all I thought was, "And then I'll have to come back up...don't think so!" Therefore, I never ...
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