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... and why it too might not be the best place for a holiday. The taxis in
the port are unregulated and the price needs to be negotiated before the
journey. Australian dollars are accepted but change is rarely given. Regulated
taxis exist but do not enter the port, they are usually upfront about there
fees. Money Changers in Bali tend to be a little creative about the way they
count and hand out the Indonesian currency and have been known ...
... was not to be had.The silence in the room was eerie in itself but darkness was downright terrifying. I grabbed my head lamp and dove into a book for about half an hour until I felt exhaustion take over. As I was about to drift off the walls began groaning and clanking loudly. My senses stood on alert. Eventually I chalked it up to poor plumping and dozed off. In the middle of the night, as I was floating around in a confusing and incoherent ...
... this tour.
As always after a while of cycling I got a little over confident copying the tour guide in front and started bunny hopping the bike over a few obstacles and ended up dislodging my water bottle which came flying out on to the road and nearly smashed into the guy behind me, ha ha good times. Luckily I stayed on the bike at all times and didn't crash.
On route back from the cycle tour we got dropped off at the monkey forest only a ...
... from the US. Pretty sobering to consider that the light
from Centauri was emitted during Elias’s lifetime (something which is not true
of any other star except our own). His
eyes got pretty big when I explained that to him. We also have a pretty good view of
Sagittarius right overhead, which is nice as we can’t really get a look at it
from the US due to all the light pollution on the horizon. Nerd out!
... ocean when you climb up to the watch tower above the rice terraces.
Tirta Gangga is another one of the royal family's holiday palaces that was named for the waters of the Gangges. It's not actually a holy place with a temple, it was really just a place to cool off. There is a swimming pool with fish and animal fountains. There are water gardens with steps so you can walk through it. It's all really amazing and it was pretty great to cool off and enjoy ...