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I'm sat outside Kayun Hostel in Kuta at 5.30am Monday morning with the worst stomach on the trip so far and the surf camp pick up is late. They went to the wrong Kayun Hostel, so I missed the intermediate surf trip and had to go to a semi-beginners session out front of the hotel. This consisted of walls of white water. Awesome. The same break …
... I hunker down and paddle out... the cycle begins again... life is good. :-) Scoot... scoot! To get around we have rented scooters for the month. It's been a while since I've been on a motorbike but it quickly comes back to me. We live in an area of Bali where there are many foreigners, especially Australians. Everywhere you go there are always non locals. Everyone drives scooters here but the driving can be dangerous and crazy. The streets are narrow and cars can easily take ...
... although the food was tasty, it was uninspiring. I really do not understand all the rave reviews, the meals we had had at the Fair Warung Bale restaurant were much more exciting. We started to wander back to our accommodation at around 20:00, popping into the few galleries and shops that were open. Terry was bursting for the loo, so we popped into a little restaurant at the entrance of the road which led to our accommodation. Unable to just use the loo, we ordered ...
... and then made our way to the start. Paya was doing the half and would start 30 minutes after The Dr. and me.
There we were, two good mates ready for it. The run kicked off. We put feet to pavement. It was 5am. I knew it would be folly to keep up with The Dr. so I kept my own pace losing him in the crowd. In the darkness we ran. I felt good. Really good. The course took us along the coast and then cut inland. The sunrise was amazing as the sun rose ...
... Carlin as he speaks on the environment in one of his acts (not per se but close enough):
"For all you worried about the planet. It’s not going anywhere. We are."
Please smile at someone today. Help someone out. Give out too many hugs. Tell someone you are thankful for his or her love or friendship. I’ll do it if you do.
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