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old bungalows which need repair
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... A lad in a united hat and one in a top. There's also someone in a starwars coffee t-shirt that has a stomtrooper helmet in the starbucks logo, its quite funny but I dont get a chance to photo him subtley. We eat chicken for breakfast. We're the only ones. I'm getting much worse with flying rather than better. 300 last second course corrections on the way down didn't help Goodbye to:- surfers, pool that we didnt use, unattended fires, chicken satay, wild ...
... the divers for quite a while. Hey all you idiot divers with no dive etiquette, thanks for nothing! No sooner had these majestic creatures arrived then they were surrounded by idiots with giant cameras and flashes a popping while surrounding the Mola Mola. You could see the creature was distressed and quickly took off. Fortunatly the current was stronger when we saw the second Sunfish so it was harder for the idiots to chase them.
After our ...
... 3.30. We started with a walk up the mountain in the pitch dark ( we had been told it was jeeps all the way so no head torches...) but we made it to the viewpoint without a guide with the use of martens phone as a torch. It wasn't the traditional viewpoint which we were meant to go to (that was where the jeeps were supposed to take us to but didn't!) but it was beautiful all the same - the volcano Mt Brmno rises from a valley which looks like it may have been a crater lake ...
... bike tour excursion yesterday. We were part of a group, we four Canadians, two French women from our hotel, and a German couple. We went by a small van up and up to the rim of a crater with beautiful Lake Batur below us. On the other side of the rim, we could see the volcano cone, with steam escaping on one side. It is an active volcano, there was a small lava flow as recently as about 10 years ago. We had breakfast there, overlooking the lake. From there we ...
... CAFE DES ARTISTES, a Belgian owned restaurant here. The significance is that Josh's dad owned another Cafe Des Artistes in Baltimore years ago, and so it was a perfect place for our last meal of the trip with Steve and Kathy. It has been such a treat to have them with us for the last 2 weeks, and we are so grateful that they made the journey.
On the agenda for today...white water rafting, and our last packing party before Australia! Go Ravens!