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... it, though. I guess that counts for something....
We also got lost again trying to leave Banjar and get back to Lovina. Adventures!
Since Lovina is known for its dolphins, we decided to book a dolphin viewing thing for Sunday prior to leaving Lovina. Even if we didn't see any dolphins (we saw plenty), I think that it would have been well worth the money just to witness their chaotic methods! We left the shore and headed out to what would best be described as a fleet ...
... We didn't know what it was for but we signed anyway. Facing the temple was some undercutting rocks. Inside there was 'The Holy Snake'. Inside tucked in a hole there was a stripy blue snake. The priest inside told us to make a wish and touch the snake. I didn't know if it was poisonous but I gave the thing a poke anyway just for good measure. By this stage the main spectacle of the evening was commencing. The sun set. Sarah and I sat on a rock and watched the sun ...
I have finally arrived somewhere outside of Australia or a westernized area! I say hello from Bali, Indonesia. Though it was a long trip, it is great to finally be somewhere outside of a westernized area, and finally get to receive a culture shock. I have waited for this culture shock because it is always interesting to travel ...
... and wrapped in towels. Accompanying the deceased are all the things a traveller would require - food, cutlery, bowls, plates, fresh clothes, money, hairbrushes, toothbrushes and toothpaste - you name it and it was there with one or two photo's of the deceased. Strangely after a period of time the body and cane frame, as well as all the belongings are swept aside for new instalments. 'Everything' is swept down a slope close-by, including bones, photo's and ...
... we would arrive too late for dinner, but were in time, this town seems to be a place for day visitors only, and every thing shuts at night. Beers and food are more expensive in Bali and even more in a tourist trap. I went to bed quite early, but others, including Yasmin were up to 2am chatting- I did start getting a bit worried, especially as I was sleeping with the door unlocked. I had visions of her not knowing r room number etc- but no worries she did ...