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... was very busy. We clanged drinks with "Cheers", "Serefe" pronounced sheriff-ay" - Turkish and "Yumseng" - Singa.
... rice and coconut milk. Sensational !
I also spotted a 'Fish Spa and Reflexology ' place with internet, and decided to take the plunge, if you'll ...
... sides: one for the tourists and the other with the world famous Infinite pool, which unfortunately is only accessible for hotel guests (we considered booking a 400$ room for the pleasure of that dip and then thought...well...probably not. It was a close call). That view! No words can quite describe but lucky for us, Iuri's camera (and his skills) can, so since a picture is worth a thousand words, I'll just refrain from speaking further and let you see for yourself.
The place to Bali was really big and a proper Singapore Airlines international flight. Got to sit next to 2 Japanese middle aged women and used all my Japanese on them. I gave them papad from my Hindu meal and they gave me rice chips from Japan, kinda cool to bond over crispy snacks.
Snoozed till landing and that really helped to suffer the long ordeal at the Denpasar, Bali airport.
... Kinabalu through the guy in seat 6A) 3. You have someone to share a drink with (it's way less alcoholic seeming when you don't drink alone!) 4. You get given good advice (I will now be looking for furnished apartments in future) 5. You never know what fun stories you will have to tell at the end - and sometimes (if you need it) you have someone to help with your bags or share a taxi when you land Not a number because I don't think it should be a reason - but if ...
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