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... a Buba Gump restaurant again
Mexican lunch with the Levistons
Drinks with Steve and Greg at Batu Belig (and my first motorbike ride)
Amazing lunch with Steve and Greg at their delightful villa
Cheap taxi rides but not always dropped off where you asked to be taken
Buffet breakfasts everyday
Thank you Bali for a great holiday. Now to start exercising again to get rid of the weight we have gained here. Caravan, here we ...
... and sailing through immigration no problems, and for the first time ever (and probably the last) my bag was one of the first on the conveyor! Awesome and raring to go... My hostel had told me they were sending a car to pick me up but upon inspection, nobody was holding a sign with my name on... Feeling slightly disappointed and in my head looking like a very sad case walking up and down the row of drivers... "No I'm not Mrs west... Mary green... Adam ...
... insurance was there. I had been recommend them from a few blogs I had read and they were amazing. 24 hours a day, phone or email. I recommend them to anyone and I will use again without a doubt. I described my situation, the calmed me down, Told me to go to a hospital and get seen versus just a clinic and everything would be figured out. I didn’t want to do that until totally necessary so I waited to see how it got. The next day Made took me to pick up my suit. ...
... monkey cage and having the door slammed. Luckily the monkeys are well fed by a team of monkey wranglers, as they have a somewhat impressive set of gnashers. To complete the tourist circuit, Lynne insisted we all troop miles to a simply unmissable restaurant which Rick Stein thought was simply scrumptious. I think Rick was having an off day because the suckling pig was overspiced, under-portioned and overrated (sorry Rick).
PS: if you like Benidorm you will love ...
... at 9.15am on the white sandy beaches of Nusa Lembongan. They water is indescribably clear; you can see about 2-3 metres deep down – beautiful blue starfish, emerald green seaweed and dark jet black rocks. We had a short walk up to our resort, as the boat didn’t bring us there but on the way we saw locals drying seaweed on tarpaulins. From what we gathered when dried they can be deep fried, added to soups or just enjoyed by themselves!