Grand Bali Nusa Dua Hotel
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... Atlanta -> Santiago. They spent around 24 hours in Hong Kong and the journey lasted 3 days in total which was real heroic undertaking considering their age. Some four hours later we get on our plane from Sydney to Bali. It took us approx. 6,5 hours to get there.
After our landing at the airport of Bali the first thing we experienced was a huge mess. A lot of people arrived at the same time which caused never-ending queues. We needed almost 2 hours to get my visa ...
... of our giant coconut we entered the lower level of the market hall. Inside were mainly food stalls but in addition to the fruit and veg there were an incredible number selling sweet treats, pastries, churros type donuts and small cakes and a few meat stalls . We wandered past the meat stalls which were mainly chicken and a few selling pork. The main thing that strikes you as a westerner is the way the meat is offered. No hint of a refrigeration unit in sight, ...
I am awake and going shopping straight away to this shopping centre called "Ramayana Bali Mall" which is meant to be a really good place to do some shopping. There is a lot of the exact same stuff here like in Australia but heaps cheaper! There's DVD players here for $15 and running shoes for $5, but I probably wont end up getting either of them, ...
... its pretty high and not a lots done. Their water systems are so bad that even the locals wont drink it and that whole litter dropping thing is common practice. (I love Asia but I see its faults) So we liked Gili T ...( they're merging into one in my head!) Next was Gili Meno. The quietest and smallest of all three, ohh myy you could have heard a pin drop there. We managed to walk all around that one, only stayed one night.. saw the salt lake. Its supposedly "the couples island" well, ...
... over it and sign up for a cooking class, of course! It was by far the best experience we had in Vietnam and the best food and not just because we made it ;) Hoi An was truly lovely and overflowing with culture. Each direction you glanced you could watch as traditional women wearing conical hats would carry two baskets on a shoulder pole. Inside those baskets were fruits, souvenirs, mini refrigerators, hardware, heavy equipment and so forth. Unbelievable strength! Utter ...
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