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... and another couple. So we made plans to celebrate the new year together, as a group. We had pre drinks at their villa (which was amazing btw), then had dinner at an Italian restaurant (not the nicest meal we've had), then headed to Seminyak beach where we sat at a pub on the sand (as you do only in Bali) and enjoyed each others company and the fireworks. I've never seen so many fireworks in my life! They ...
... set up, Kieran under his hut with a beer, and Nat laid next to it tanning with a Mojito (shock). Had a beautiful dinner here and watched fire dancers - a great way to round off our time on Gili T. It really taught us for the rest of our trip to give things time, the first impression of a place isnt always fair. The island was beautiful and the people so nice, especially at our accomodation. Everyone was so generous, despite living on a couple of pounds a day. Its definitely true ...
... our feast in the kitchen area. We had a pre dinner drink then I went upstairs to change. By the time I came back down Tammy had arrived. Tammy is Sharon’s daughter who has been travelling in Bali for the last month mainly diving as she’s working for her dive masters rating. She’s heading back to Australia on Wednesday so has come to spend her last couple of days here in Seminyak with us. It was so lovely ...
... sort of incompetent, hay don't stop the ceremony. (carnival in St Thomas book by Herman W)
There is a ceremony about every fourth day 凡 but they do not have a weekend. It ties the families and communities closely together. Those that pray together (everyday) stay together. The gods are appeased every morning with gifts of flowers, fruit and incests.
It took a month to figure out you cut the glass to fit lenses in new frames. I adjust 凡 if ...
... how to make my favorite Indonesian dish - Gado Gado, a salad of blanched vegetables, tempeh, tofu, and hard-boiled egg all topped with a spicy peanut sauce. I ate a lot of delicious food. I saw two different amazing cultural dance performances and I read four books.
I uploaded a bunch of pictures, but they don't truly capture the beauty of Bali or the Gilis.