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... but there wasn't any chess played, and no hookers to be found. Instead there was noodle soup with undefined explosive meat balls in Chinatown. But more of that to follow. Let me start at the beginning. It's difficult to come up with an original metaphor to describe the warm blanket of Bangkok air that hit us when we walked out of the airport. I think the best and therefore most commonly used one is a hairdryer. My mom in law told me with nostalgia about the smell of ...
... the pot of the tasters! They even had the mongooses and a few other animals including a bird that could speak Balinese and copied my laugh! We saw porcupines as well! We then headed off to the rice paddies which were a beautiful site with a back drop of the mountains the terraced fields look amazing. Our driver told us about them and that they have been there for thousands of years. We got back in the car and went up to the floating temple which was in a lake next to a ...
... city regarding dengue and somehow I knew, this was going to be dengue fever.
Day 2, Monday: Pain, Fever and Exhaustion
We left at 6:45 AM and took the subway to the airport. The trip was efficient, but it took an hour, and we changed trains 4 times. This meant walking and standing for an hour with a 25 pound backpack. I was in pain, exhausted and had an increasing fever. I felt like ****. I slept on the flight, and when we arrived in Sumatra slept ...
... to the stage as one of the best costumes and we won a prize.We were picked out of 150 people so not a bad start to Noddy & Big ears coming out!!!
Not particularly travel friendly but it will be regifted to one of the Balinese people here. You have to look at the pictures to guess which is the present!!
So they have been a great hit by the Balinese who actually have no idea who Noddy and Big Ears are..........but ho really cares, just a bit of fun ...
... grimly forecasts the island's future.
Speaking to Arya about this, I was reminded of a simple truth: humans have been doing this for a long, long time. Find what we want. Use what we want. Lose what we want. Find a new place.
In agriculture, the "Slash and Burn" technique has been used to cultivate crops for thousands of years. One finds a densely vegetated area, slashes and burns unwanted greens, ...