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We started our day in the pool again, followed by some beach time. The adults enjoyed a few Bingtangs an the kids had ice cream. The sand was extremely hot on our feet so the run to the water was quick. After a take-away lunch in our room everyone had some rest time ready for a big night out. We headed down to the Y Sports Bar for the midget fun …
We started out in the pool with a swim followed by lunch at the sports bar around the corner. After lunch the kids returned to the room for some rest, air-con and a movie while the daddy's had a beer. I took Nadine for her first shopping adventure, and to Katuts for some bargains. Later we headed to the pool again, followed by beers at the Beach …
... so visited a local restaurant. Wayan and his band were playing in the restaurant beside our villa so went along to that. Got a few songs dedicated to us and met the whole band which was great fun. I even was allowed to play the guitar and tambourine. My German friend Lorenz flew in from Thailand so got to catch up with him. Next day we hired a scooter off Joli and went to the water gardens and took some photos. Headed to a local gig at the Apache restaurant that night and had ...
Shortly after take off i fell asleep, only to be woken by some very suspicious looking ``Trolly Dolly`` with big hands and a deep voice, running over my foot with the duty free cart. Surely id slept most of the way?! Oh No 3 hours down... 10 hours to go (on this flight alone). Due to my inflight entertainment system not working properly i spent a few minutes scrolling through flight info. Apparently we were flying over the Caspian ...
... a blot on the roads.
Singaporeans are clearly industrious people, Balinese are not – they are extraordinary patient in their traffic jams, there is no pushing or shoving, they are soft spoken, friendly, helpful if they can, and mostly honest. Now Singapore is no way as pushy as New York Paris or Rome and traffic is orderly. But in comparison with Bali they are in a hurry – not quite as rapid moving as I saw in China ...