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We had planned on setting off early, but breakfast took a bit longer than anticipated. We eventually made our way to Tulamben where there were a few snorkeling spots mentioned which could be accessed from the beach. We arrived at the beach which was made up of black rounded stones; we were dismayed to see that the waves were quite large and that getting in past them would be a bit of a challenge. Nevertheless, ...
... and fined 25GBP (which we had got down from 50GBP) for slightly stopping over the line at the traffic lights and then because we didn't have an international driving licence. Apparently this was not as drastic as they made out though because after fining us they tod us to continue on with our journey....basically in Bali the police see a foreigner and fine them for a variety of imaginary faults.
After this Helen had had enough and her and ...
... better then the Monkey Forest in Ubud. Both monkey experiences were great, but to compare, this 'side of the road' experience was very jolly with lots of giggles. Putu had brought along a bag of chopped pawpaw leaf, monkeys loved this more than banana, plus Tiernan and Kyrian were feeding the monkeys some tapioca crisps. We just sat on the footpath with the monkeys..... good friends, having a feed, just no beer! We had ...
... that this was actually pretty normal and the most
common way to get around in Indonesia.
We arrived at our accommodation, a homestay in a little town
called Amed which is on the North East coast of Bali. The owners were there to
meet us (after being told several times their names but still failing to
understand what they were we gave up asking as we did not want to seem rude or
impolite). We had a welcome drink and ordered some dinner. They seemed very
... playing rabbit tag amongst the rushes. When it was time for dinner he went inside, had a nice dinner of carrots, and went promptly upstairs and to bed.
The next morning, Hoppy woke up. He yawned. He stretched. He wiggled his nose and his ears. Then he got up, hippety-hopped his way into the bathroom, washed his face, and went downstairs to have breakfast. Hoppy had a nice breakfast of carrots, and went outside. There ...