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... long journey over here. Yaz suggested we explored the hostel and I reluctantly agreed, wanting more than ever to just cry and go to sleep. But when we walked down the cobbled steps to the back of the hostel, I saw an image I would never forget. Not one, but two pools, (actually full up I may add) looking over onto a beautiful rice paddy, surrounded by palm trees and exotic birds flying high in the sky. I truly believed I had reached paradise, and I finally started to feel ...
... into some girls from Malaga and also our last hostel! Partied until 4am, met Lüppo! Very hungover and fragile- headed to the beach to try surfing. Had some coconut from a lady on the beach, went for some lunch, chill by the pool- FREE PANCAKES! Went to Alley Cats, got ridiculously drunk on Arak, alcohol poisoning before the boat and bus trip to the Gili T the next day.... Lots of ...
Apres un dejeuner calorique (gaufre et crepe... avec fruits!), on retourne au meme coin de plage pour relaxer en regardant les "surfers" et en sirotant un Pina Colada (ok, pas tres original, mais succulent).
En fin d'apres-midi, on se rend au Spa... - un spa de haute gamme et recommande sur "Trip Advisor"- et on decide de se traiter au special en vigueur. Le tout a debute par une seance de bains avec 6 stations ...
... it was a great deal with clean and comfortable accommodations, a beautiful pool, and breakfast included. After attempting to get money out at the ATM at the airport, I discovered that my card wasn't working. Fortunately, Randy's was. So we headed to town and searched and searched and finally found a place that looked very similar to the one I remembered, so I thought they might have renovated it. As it turns out, it wasn't the same ...
... of it on your forehead, then behind your ears, then on your chest, and swallow at least three grains of it without chewing. There are various explanations for this, but it is another kind of festival offering, and a demonstration of piety at the same time. If you have the rice grains on your forehead you have prayed. It is slightly like the pride Orthodox young men take in having tefillin "stripes" from the leather phylacteries on their arms after morning prayers.