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Aussie managed hotel staffed by local Indonesia help who really try to do a good job
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... So this week was to letting my senses guide me through this journey and letting go of all my barriers and inner demons along the way. Also to being mindful and fully present while trying to forget and forgive the past and not to worry about the future, but just be here and now. It wouldn’t be a journey if it wasn’t easy so with that I continued to simply continue breathing. “I am aware I am breathing in and I am aware that I am breathing ...
... with different perfumes in an envelope - to be placed in drawers or under pillows etc.
As we walked in I saw all these overturned plastic bins out on the ground in the full sun and it appears that this is part of the process of getting the papers to absorb the perfume oils. So simple, especially when you can guarantee strong sun day after day.
Another thing I like about Alam Zempol is how happy all the staff seem to be. Now ...
... question about why some names are so popular. Every person in Bali, male or female, is given one of only eight names, based on birth order. The eldest is can be named Wayan" or "Gede" or Putu", second is "Made" or "Kadek", third is "Nyoman" or "Komang", and fourth is "Ketut". To identify as male, I is placed before the name and for females, Ni is the prefix. Given names are also provided at birth.
As we continued our ride, we were lucky enough to see ...
Pottered about a bit and did some more walking! Went to a market which made both Gav and I claustrophobic and nauseous due to the smell of rotting flesh! Made a quick get away from there into the not so fresh Bali air. Went to the beach and got a couple of beds, parasol and foot washing tub for £2 which was a bargin. Relaxed and read our books for a couple of hours which was bliss. Back home to get showered and changes for tea then pack our bags for our adventure to ...
... on a trip to Turtle Island. I imagined Turtle Island to be an actual idyllic island where I would see wild turtles digging holes in the sand and tiny baby turtles flapping their way to the beach. That’s mainly because I hadn’t read the literature properly though, as it was in fact more of a sanctuary/zoo. It was the most interactive zoo I’ve ever been too and we were allowed to get into a pool with the turtles and scuffle about with them. This ...