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... to mess around for a further 10 minutes until...'GASP'...*some swearing*...'GASP'...then those fateful words "The camera is in my pocket"
"That's ok" I said, "the replacement one is coming out of your bank account"...then I remembered we were married and now had a joint account so I'd be out of pocket too, damn you, you plonker! So off we trundled to our second electronic shopping ...
... hard to get away from him. It was at this point a lady was walking past and whispered at me that it was a scam which confirmed my suspicions - now to get away. The guy walked away for a moment to get a taxi for me and the was when I made a run for it (funny now that I think about it) into the shopping centre we were standing in front of, not looking back. Once inside I cooled off for a moment and walked through to the other end where the beach was. From where I was you could ...
... morning with the right tide headed Benoa Marina (Bali marina) and very impressed with guys manged to get all three in boats in, in quick succession. Good to be here and although not the most pretty of places works for us.
Sorted out a driver for the next few days and planned a few days away with Esoterica seeing a bit of Bali and going up to meet the others who were up in Lavina. Spent a couple of days touring around Kuta & ...
... stories. We talked a bit about accents, and he says "you know what I like to say to Australians? When they ask you, 'did you arrive today?' I respond, 'no, I arrived to live'" Get it? Get it? I thought it was hilarious. Hint- read it with an Australian accent. We also got a fish foot spa that day. I had never heard of it before, but Jen had. So we decided to try it for the experience. It's where you put your feet in a fish tank for 15 min. And let hundreds of ...
... to Ulluwatu, to see how it has developed. It is all built up now, and even what I remember of some of the beaches we went to on our first trip, they are all gone. It is just lined with hotels, resorts, and endless shops. The shops / markets still sell mainly ****, and every retailer is still out to rip you off if they can. We got sick of that very quickly. The food in all the restaurants in the main streets is ...