Bali Rani Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... the locals who do. Even the tourists. We had to stock up on some food and extra decks of cards, because, from 6am on the 21st until 6am the 22nd you cannot leave your accommodations. You're electricity consumption is slim to none, and you have to be quiet. On the day of Nyepi it is about self-reflection and forgiveness.
So thus far we've engaged in three New Years... The fourth one will be Songkran in Thailand on April 13th.
... and sailing through immigration no problems, and for the first time ever (and probably the last) my bag was one of the first on the conveyor! Awesome and raring to go... My hostel had told me they were sending a car to pick me up but upon inspection, nobody was holding a sign with my name on... Feeling slightly disappointed and in my head looking like a very sad case walking up and down the row of drivers... "No I'm not Mrs west... Mary green... Adam ...
... The only access to it is from the mainland by a staircase that lays on the seabed and can only be crossed when the tide is out. The tide was very much in the day we went but it made it all the more mysterious not being able to cross!
Walking around the site we walked by a coffee shack with Palm Civets! Iowan later informed us that Civet Coffee (or Kopi Luwak) is very sought after ...
... went to go sightsee around Kuta. Wasn't really sure where to go so I let my feet take me down the main road where my hotel was until I got pulled over by who I later figured was a scammer. Bali have people who approach you on the streets with little scratches and if you scratch up a prize, like apparently I did, then they take you by taxi to a hotel to watch a presentation and then you get your prize - yeh sure! I had caught on fairly quickly but the guy was so enthusiastic that ...
... your own reflections
The culture of Indonesia showed me a totally different perspective on things. It is the strongest I've seen so far. It left the images in my mind I will never be able to forget..and do I want to??? Some of them..yes, but then again...I've learned so much, I cherish every moment and day I have spent in here.
The last weeks I have spent in Bali...hmmm not my kind of a thing, but I've learned to take most of what you have.