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... on the beach but the sea was super rough so we played in the surf but could not swim and then relaxed. I read Kirsty old English fairly tales from my kindle which are really funny, one has a woman trying to get a cow onto the roof as she had good grass growing up there haha. Starving dinner did not arrive until 5.30 but they have one wok, a fire and many different things to cook, to be fair they could have just served sand and I was so hungry I would have eaten it. Dinner was ...
... On the plus side, it was through a national park jungle area so there was very little traffic, and the periodic crescendo of cicadas would often drown out the sound of your own breathing. Every now and then you’d be treated to the site of a troop of monkeys crossing the road by leaping between overhanging branches from trees on different sides of the road. The climbing in the early afternoon heat took its toll, and by the time we reached the start of ...
... 65505;6 per night. Not a bad price at all since this was for a private room with two beds! I ended up staying there for a few nights of beach and drinks and then headed to Ubud (pronounced oo-bood) to see the monkeys and the famous rice paddies.
Following this, the trip from Ubud to Java turned ...
... to the number of house fires and is increasingly becoming a living space instead. Our room consisted of a single wooden bed, a large dresser filled with images of Buddha, and offerings. The beams were decorated with colourful decorations similar to those we had seen in the temples, beautiful jackets and posters. Three bautifully painted chests were lined up in front of one wall with colourful fabric draped over them and various beautiful objects, one of which was ...
... The road out to the main highway wound up and down and I longed to be on a bicycle.
Then there were the comic moments when trying to communicate with only my rudimentary Indonesian. When we finally reached Bangko, the van driver dropped us off at a bus company office where about 8 jovial men hung out. I had my phrases and numbers learned from a few days of study, but these seemed to produce confusing results, and we all repeated our numbers to each other over ...
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