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... Travelex to sort out the finance side of things. We were now starving so headed to the Coffee Club for some brekky. We decided to be really decadent and got a couple of little piccolos of champagne to share. Had to make sure we got our holiday off on the right footing!
And then it was time to board. We had three seats together and passed the flight quite happily chatting, snoozing and reading – except for when we were eating and ...
... talking in a variety of language, maybe its the clanking of Bintang beer bottles or perhaps the presence of temples in the middle of the beach. Whatever it is it felt so good. This reminded me, yes I am in Bali..
And what a great way to cap the night with a bottle of the good ol bintang beer. I like the subtleness of Bintang however Gin miss the kick he gets from our very own San Miguel beer.
Said goodbye to Mary and took the boat back from Gili T today. It was a windy day and it was such a rough ride- some of the waves were as big as the boat! I was trying to read and I actually started not to feel good. I had to take a Gravol for the first time ever, it helped but it sure made me tired (and I only took 1!). Got to the Denpasar airport around 5 PM. ...
... morning), "selamat siang" (midday between 11 and 2), "selamat soree" (afternoon until sunset) and "selamat malam" (night).
The variation to this is whether someone is coming "selamat dattang", long goodbye if you are going somewhere "selamat Tinggal" or if you are staying and someone else is going somewhere "selamat jalan". The word "jalan" means "to go on", but can be used to mean "walk", though this is usually "jalan-jalan".
... a story of Rama and Sita unfolds, with elaborate costumes and careful choreography. The evening's entertainment ended with the sanghyang, a trance-dance which entails a man with a hobby-horse riding across a bed of burning coconut husks. It has to be seen to be believed!
So we have found that first impressions aren't always right, but as we have also discovered, there is so much more to Bali than its beaches.