Grand Balisani Suites
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... I kept running and thinking 'How can this be happening. Hamish is possibly The Most Loved Dog in the World. Everyone who has met him falls for him and swears he loves them the BEST. If he dies, not only his owner but everyone will hate me.
He kept running and was nearing the main road full of traffic. What if he got runover? I ran out on to the main street after him as he ran straight out into the middle of the road dodging motorbikes - tail wagging - zoom, zoom. I ...
We are moving out of Kuta today and going to Seminyak just further north up the coast. Its meant to be more chilled and not as full of wasted australians. Cause we didnt have a bed here for the night we had to leave our bags in the storage area which i didnt feel was so safe so we put our valuables like passports etc in the receptions locker. One of the top things to do here was the water park called Water Bomb. Sounded like good fun and ...
... our visit but it was a very picturesque place surrounded by a moat like lake with lots of typical Balinese temple stupas all adorning thatched roof tops.
It was proving to be a very changeable day, one minute the sun was beating down on us then the next there was thick cloud ...
... my mission was to find him! I found a police street station near the beach...they were only a traffic police, so it was hard for them to help me but one of them advised me to go to a local station. I started walking and finally, I found a little local police office. It was not meant for tourist which I was happy with. A man inside said he has no power to help me but he will take me on his bike to where I should be making my report. Finally someone shows the interest. I arrived to ...
... that stood out.
I bought an ice cream cone and continued walking. It dripped
on my toes and I laughed. A stairway of art caught my eye and I crossed the
street and walked up. It was the entrance to a street market.
In and out of the stalls, each salesperson trying to lure me
in, “Good price for you, good luck for me” was what they said.
Nothing was catching my interest except sunglasses and I
bought four pairs.