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Aussie managed hotel staffed by local Indonesia help who really try to do a good job
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... on the back of mine and Dev took Kina on the back of his. About 4 Km Dev ran out of gas...lucky that there are guys along the remote
roads selling fuel out of Absolute Vodka bottels so we filled up and headed on our way.
We checked out the beach and then came back to pick up Kina and Rieko and we went for lunch at Froggies where we had Nasi Goreng (rice) Mei Goreng (noodles).
... one section they have 3 wooden posts spanning a section of the path that has fallen into the sea. I think everyone was a bit shocked by the poverty here. The houses are very simple; dirt or concrete floors and the walls and floors are bamboo and thatch. Dinner was at Bunga Bungalow. It reminded us of old Bali or even Vietnam, where your starter comes out half way through eating your main and we got our meals and had finished before ...
... place to go for food !!!! later that night we decided to get out of bed and go back to the supermarket for some more snacks because well... We just really felt like it and why the hell should we not ; after some strange and rather hilarious chats in bed about how I could make a living in Ubud to spend the rest of my life here (because I love it so much) we went to sleeeeepppppp ...
Lovely long and restful sleep then breakfast. Did my exercise in the pool and had coffee. Had lunch at beach warung - very nice and rescued a very small kitten :)))))))) got taxi to Seminyak and got our light fittings at FIRST shop - yay !!!! Had a little wander before catching taxi back. Chilled in our ...
... coffee estates at night to eat the berries. As demand for the coffee increased, many coffee farms decided to keep civets and voluntarily feed them the berries.
Not all farms treat the civets badly, and I think that small farms are OK about it. On our tour, we saw two babies in one enclosure, and two adults in another. They seemed to have a lot of space and looked healthy, but you never know what is going on away from the public eye. It makes me sad to think ...