Travel Blogs from Singaraja
... maybe hundreds of men trying to get your attention. No sign of a taxi dispatcher. A young man wearing what appeared to be a uniform consisting of a light blue shirt with epaulets and waving an identity card that hung from a lanyard popped up in the professor's face asking where we wanted to go. He appeared to recognize the name of the hotel, Respati Beach Resort in Sanur. After the relative calm and orderliness of Singapore this scene ...
... beach and tool phpyps of my final sunset in Bali, would have been really good if the tide was in and a few rollers coming in, but I tried my best
I have had my last shower/shave for a week, now, its nearly all bush camps in Australia, i guess it will be behind dunes and scrub and early niights and early morings, just to get the mileage done
I hope this bus is better than the thing we used before !!!!!
Things aren’t so bad for the current Sultan, he has 5 girls and they are scattered around the world at school, his wife was a model at some point, she hasn’t produced a son and heir, so the next will be his brother
Not all previous Sultans fathered children with their various wives, they fathered them with the concubines as well (I guess things were boring before the TV was invented0 the Sultan now doesn’t have any concubines (I suppose ...
... on the plinth. So it was all fire, dark and ashy and then all clean, lush and fresh. Then they all got some money out and starting waving it around yelling and laughing and put it in the middle. I got asked to go to the front by the family to see better and then they got a bit of bamboo cut in half and laid it in the middle. Two men were given eggs wrapped in in bamboo leaves which they unwrapped and then smashed them into each other by rolling them on ...
... easy. We passed knee-deep through rivers of cool fresh
mountain water, we tried cocoa beans (tasted nothing like chocolate,
much more fruity really), lychees and coffee buds (didn't taste of
anything, they need to be peeled and roasted first). We also crossed
the top edge of a 90mtr waterfall. You couldn't actually see the drop
so it all looked very innocent. We then went on to cross the rice
paddies. It would have been an unforgettable ...