Bali Shangrila Beach Club
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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 ...
... my closest companion for the last 14 years. The Balinese scatter the ashes of their cremated families either in the rivers or in the sea along this very coast. I did scatter his ashes on the river in Ubud but - sceptic that I am - I thought a bit of back-up might help. As the sun went down over the sea this afternoon I scattered the last of his ashes I brought with me directly into the sea. This time I somehow felt more ?joyous? satisfied? Grief is a ...
... to try the more challenging uphill route. Naturally I opted for the former as my cycling track record is somewhat embarrassing, but Michael chose the latter (against his better judgement, especially as he decided to wear flip flops rather than trainers). My group continued uneventfully on to the end of the route and made our way to the restaurant for lunch, and half an hour or so later ...
... genuine brand, but Putu also took us to a local market place where tourists can get things at local price, no bargaining, this is where the three boys had a field day. We told them to wait till we saw this market before buying on the streets of Kuta, they were pleased they waited as it was cheap cheap cheap and came out of there with bags of clothes, bracelets, caps, chocolates, lollies, and all sorts of Balinese treasures to share ...