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... happy couple of hours spent bobbing around meant that for the first time in 3 weeks we were actually a bit chilly-we even had to turn the fan off in our room for a bit. Not sure how we're going to cope with sub zero Scottish temperatures when we get home. Steve is gradually acquiring a new wardrobe and was eventually worn down into buying a Gerupuk T shirt in Lombok. He now has his eye on a sarong.....I will keep you posted (with pictures of ...
... pretty shallow with
a lot of surge. The corals were nice. It was fun to watch an octopus crawl
along the bottom. Another huge fish swam into view; it was a Giant Trevally
(the largest of the jack family). Our photos and video were a bit disappointing
due to the limited visibility.
After an hour watching the Mantas dance about, we headed for Chrystal
Bay which is perhaps 1/3 of the way back to Padang Bai. There ...
... cent. People here often win 100.000 or 200.000rp! And it's nerve wrecking, because that ball seems to stop, but jumps in the last second.
So yeah, that's how I've spent my days. Nothing interesting really to tell. I've been looking at universities and have just missed the enrollment dates for all of them, so I will apply to a couple next time I have the chance and see if that decided on my future. I have a couple of ...
... to go out.
I caught a taxi from my resort into the CBD of Denpasar, I walked around for hours shopping buying new clothes and little accessories for people back home, I went to a café for lunch and a coffee, I interacted with a few of the locals it was quite interesting learning about their culture. After what seemed like no time at all it had been 3 hours of talking with the locals I had met, I ...
... didn't matter, but huge waves.
We have been to the original Balinese village, it is 800 years old, where Bali was first settled, & all descendants (approx. 200 families) live in this village just as it was from that time, today. It is amazing. They sell handcrafted wares, as they used to be made, durable tough authentic. Sarongs made on looms from cotton grown in the village - exquisite, I bought one at $65 NZD, my expensive treasure to take ...