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... random email to check a fact or term or spelling. It is an interesting phenomenon of this sort of travel for me, flying through the holiest places on earth in 90 days (actually, 85, but who’s counting?). I have been helped so many times in such depth by local friends, friends of friends, friends of friends of friends, and professional guides and drivers that it is hard to believe that the encounters have been so short. It is possible that I know more about the ...
... we mixed things up and headed to Jimbaran Bay, where Bali's infamous seafood was. Let us tell you, it was extremely confusing to order! When you go pick out your seafood, you order, and then have to start all over again because no one can understand each other, and you end up receiving nothing that you requested when you ordered. Nevertheless, it was delicious. Following our luxurious seafood dinner, we headed to a really unique bar called 'Rock Bar Bali' ...
... temple. For the most part the monkeys got along tho, while we were walking the paths of the forest. We had small juvenile monkeys climb on to our shoulders from out of the lower branches of the trees, to check us out. These were very cute and timid. Mother monkeys were seen holding the tales of their newborns so they couldn't join in and climb onto us with their older siblings. An early form of ...
... It was so good last night we thought we would show our appreciation.
We were fortunate tonight to see her 3 children and her husband. They had been off to a ceremony and came in whilst we were there.
they live in a house out the back and it looked as neat and as gorgeous as their warung.
the husband proudly told me of the decorations he had made for the business.
Time to head back to our hotel as I need to get this blog written (I'd love to ...
... zeros but the currency conversion app on an I-Phone sure make the adjustment easier until you can get it down to memory.
We set out to explore the area the next morning. We walked 10 minutes to Kuta Beach and then several miles down the black and grey volcanic sand beach. It is very crowded with tourists, surfers and people selling jewelry, sarongs, massages and tours of the island. Every 20 feet or so someone would have a cooler full of cold ...