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... destination within 4 days, or send it back to the states for $100. Forget that! I had a tube of hair crème that was more than 4oz and my knife.- took them out of my bag and gave them to an Indian woman who was cleaning the bathroom. Ok, that was a scramble.! Once on board, we bought a bottle of water…same bottle sold on the plane in Thailand for $1…in Singapore $2. Arrived in Bali around 11 and by the time we ...
... swim around them enjoying all the tropical foliage. Eventually we decided to head out and explore the beach for sunset.
Jimbaran is best known for enjoying the sunset while eating fresh seafood grilled over coconut husks. We had looked up a few restaurants on tripadvisor and none of them had particularly good reviews. It seemed like it was extremely touristy and because of the volume of people, the food was ...
... were warned to protect our eyeglasses, jewelry and anything else that might attract the monkeys, but we lucked out with no incidents of theft occurring. We explored the exterior of the ancient structure and viewed the dramatic seascapes along its promenade. It was pretty but we were unable to explore the interior so it just turned out to be a nice view spot. Our afternoon was free to enjoy the beach.
... for the young boy who spoke to us earlier. He consults his father as to how much he should charge us. After a bit of back and forth he says 35,000. The bank only throws out 100,000 notes but we had collected some smaller notes throughout the day. We had 33,000 in change so this is offered up, he asked for 2,000 more and we told him that was all we had. He repeats, ‘this is all you have? OK'. Again we walk away chuffed at having paid NZ$3.30 for dinner! The ...
... about Mantas but the Aquatic Alliance organisation that is working with the World's leading Manta scientist, are based here at Secret Garden, and it was enlightening going to a presentation of their work. Manta Rays have been identified in two species, with an investigation currently in progress as to whether there is indeed a third. The project being led by the world expert is based in Mozambique and has used satellite tracking to try and understand better the movements of these ...
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