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... seem very happy and friendly. The world cup is also clearly a big deal in Bali – there are lots of flags flying, mostly for the nations that are still in the competition, but there are still a few remaining for teams that have now departed – we even see an ambitious kite shaped like a lifesize footballer, complete with Brazil football kit! We stop to take photos of nice rice terraces and huge, ancient banyan trees, and pass through villages ...
... head in a white clip. In front of her was an older man without a shirt lying down taking over all three seats. His white curly hair and tan body suggested that he wasn’t a visitor. Their posture, vibe, and all things suggested American. West Coast. San Francisco or Santa Cruz…maybe Santa Barbara.
I sat down next to her.
"Where are you from?" I asked.
Duh. “Where ...
... and just headed home for some much needed sleep.
When I woke up later that afternoon I took myself for some lunch (pumpkin soup and vegetable spring rolls) then went back to the hostel to meet up with some girls from my room, and the four of us went for happy hour cocktails.
We had a few, grabbed a late dinner, went to another bar with a cover band, met up with some other people, ended up going for sheesha (smoking flavored tobacco from a hookah)... one of my few ...
We arrived at the Despensar Airport around 9:30 PM. We got a snack, found the driver from our homestay, and settled in to wait for our wonderful visitor, ALEX FELDMAN!!! Alex is an amazing friend that I have known since I was six years old. We joyfully reunited before going to our brand new ride: a Toyota SUV with souped-up blue-lighted rims. We stayed in a family owned "homestay" located in downtown Ubud, located right next to one of the hundreds ...
... see as there are so many men around getting excited. They gamble like crazy on this activity.
Take care everyone, and thanks for keeping in touch everyone, it's great to hear from our friends and family.
PS Hamish, we miss you on this trip, anything happening in your world, send us an e-mail sweetie, we love you.
Donna Gary Jai Tiernan & Kyrian