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... is that I get to CHOOSE if or what I want to work. I can decline work if I want (such as office work...bleh!). I can create my own schedule. Working as a full-time staff left almost no time for myself. I rarely cooked, and I mostly slept on the only day off I had in a week. I was getting out of shape and eating unhealthily. So, I am looking forward to this new lifestyle. I have been freelancing ...
... so not much exploring was done. The map we were given at reception was pretty basic and pretty terrible, but we decided to try find our way to the beach thinking that were still be a bit of activity going on and a few BBQ stalls or restaurants to choose from. We weren't too sure if we're going the right way but thought that if we aimed for the kites in the sky we would be heading in the right direction. The shops with women outside calling out asking if we ...
... ages building up a massive plate full of all the tempting dishes. A classic case of having eyes bigger than your stomach. However, it's the best way to go before a night out in Kuta as one thing you need for certain is a whole load of energy. We had ample of it after our meal and were raring to have a few drinks after what has felt like ages of staying in like sensible Sheila's. Time for a ...
Tour day! Lucky us; we ended up getting our own personal driver to take us around for the day. The itinerary consisted of:
The Holy Spirit Temple- Built around a natural water spring, the Balinesians use this area to wash away their impurities.
Satria coffee and tea plantation- One of our favourite stops of the day. This small coffee and tea plantation produces their coffees and teas the old fashion way; hand picking, roasting over a fire and grinding by a large ...
... modern golf game spread to England , and then to the rest of the world . The world's oldest golf course is a golf course called The Old Links at Musselburgh Racecourse . Golf course which is by the sea called links because it is sandy hills which connects the mainland and the sea . Written
evidence shows golf is played on Musselburgh Links in 1672 although
Mary Queen of Scots was reported to have played golf there in 1567 .
Development of the golf course ...