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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... fish and coral. Of course I was terrified of sharks but I forced myself to do it. YOLO! Gili meno is barely inhabited. It had an abandoned resort and a few locals and not much else. Gili air had a lot of beach front bars and restaurants. It reminded me of a phish show because it had a very hippie vibe. Gili trawangan where Ive been staying is a cool surfer vibe. There are no cars. The only way to get around is bikes or horse drawn buggies. Last night after ...
... and after arguably the worst nights sleep of our lives we ran, not walked straight to Seminyak. Seminyak is a bit of a party town with a pretty beach, so basically heaven in our eyes. First things first I grabbed the SPF 2000 and spent the days sunbathing for the first time since leaving home. The first evening, for some reason, was spent in gay bars watching go-go dancers shower in glass boxes. I dont think we were their target audience but that didn't stop us. Seminyak ...
... on and on - so they can survive and have a little to send to their families in Lombok. The shed they live in is so small, made up of bits of plastic and left over tin. It must be stifling inside. All cooking done on the ground outside.
Now as I walk around Ubud and see that all these buildings are made by small teams like this, my respect for the workers of Bali continues to soar.
It also give me another insight into and respect for the value of workers unions.
... I could teach her. So she called me the day after demanding that she needs me when I come back and that I please save her number. Also the two daughets of Ilu (Bauke's wife) have asked me to come back. I kind of already promised.... And I do miss it. The quiet, the frogs and crickets at night, the sounds of masses in the distance at tempels and mosques at 5 am (gotta get used to it), riding the motorbike and seeing smiling faces. 2 months and I'll be ...
... blue stuff tourists look for: tropical water. The dive shop we stayed with in Tulamben had a shop on Lembongan as well, so it made traveling real easy this time around. Our accommodation was ran by a super nice local staff who blessed our psudo-bungalow with Hindu offerings each morning and evening. A very common ritual seen throughout Bali. Each person also has one of five Hindu names based on birth order. Wayan (or Putu) is the first. Made is ...