Holiday Villa Subang
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... the stop the only customs were checking our passport and giving finger prints. No baggage scans, no declaration forms to fill out.. Maybe we just didn't look like the dodgy type but it was nothing like we had experienced in previous travel. After meeting up with our airport transfer taxi we were in for some much larger shocks than a train in the airport! Stepping outside was like being hit by a thick wall of sudden heat and humidity. It was 10pm and ...
We arrived in Bali at midnight. We where glad to see our bags also made the journey and picked them off the carousel and got a taxi to Kusnadi hotel where we stayed when we first arrived in Bali. I had already emailed them to tell them that we where no longer arriving at 7am as we had planned to. By the time we arrived at the hotels do checked into our rooms we where starving, but the only place open was a circle K convenience store. We bought a couple of pot noodles and ...
... to be taking place along a street along which traffic was still moving with the aid of police and their whistles and batons. We edged our way closer to the action and clicked away. We were certainly taken by surprise when strips of red paper that were hanging from the upper windows of a shop turned out to be firecrackers and when lit, threw out sparks one of which caught Peter on the cheek. ...
A lot has happened since my last entry!
I don't even know where to begin. One thing is for certain, I will have to make a lot of back entries so that it all makes sense. It is interesting how your mind forgets things, I never record my experiences, because I really enjoy just living them. However, I am beginning to forget my experiences. I don't know if it is my age or the car accident, but my memory is definitely now what it use to be. ...
... arriving about 10 minutes to four. Dave found a spot in a local cafe while Jenna endured an hour and a half's grilling from the head and deputy. Feeling thoroughly exhausted, we then caught a bus into the centre of KL, and made our way to Little India where we chanced upon an amazing roadside restaurant serving tasty garlic chapattis and barbecued meat. A good meal and a slight scare later (when we realised we'd forgotten to take money out, so ...