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Travel Blogs from Bali
... and can even be killed by touch or by sand from a diver’s flipper which can
render the coral incapable of feeding. This is why you are advised to swim at
45 degrees to the surface rather than with legs hanging vertically. Australia
is home to the most dangerous sharks, jelly fish, crocodiles and land snakes in
the world, so a good place to come for a holiday then.
Over lunch we were treated by some Australians to more tails
By the time I had taken in the sunset, grabbed big plate of Mie Goreng Ayam (fried noodles with chicken and an egg on top) at a local warung (restaurant), and finished it off with a cold Bintang (Bali beer), the night was already wrapping itself around my little slice of paradise and laying an exhausting day to rest. Back at my room I took a cold shower, brushed my teeth, and began looking forward to what I hoped would be a long and restful sleep. ...
... the speed you were going, it was such as buzz! We stopped off at a few cultural points along the way and got shown into one of the houses through a village we passed through which showed how poor this country is yet the natives are such happy people. As we were cycling through the village all the local children would come running up to our bikes and high five as as we cycled past, it was an amazing experience. if you ever get the chance to go to Bali I ...
... Across the street is the market, which has a
colorful mix of stalls selling silver, textiles, statuary, and wood carving,
including a remarkable diversity of ersatz penises. We wandered the town a bit, had lunch, and
hit the grocery store for supplies before heading home for some schoolwork and
After dinner, I was able to locate both the Southern Cross
and Centauri, which are both too far south to ...
... with Pak Bagus and the remainder of our adventures would be with his brother.
Pak Bagus' brother took us to Taman Ujung which was the royal family's garden palace that was a retreat place for holidays or to entertain dignitaries. It was built in the 20s and was almost completely obliterated by Gunung Agung with it's eruption in the 70s so that almost the entire thing has been completely rebuilt and restored. An absolutely beautiful garden palace in view ...