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... rain. I didn't realize it, but there is still Balinese royalty, though I'm not exactly sure how that works. They do come out for special occasions or religious ceremonies. I also caught up on my laundry, washing over half of what I brought, all for $2. Almost every day, I had a $5-6 massage. Who could resist at those prices?
With the photos, there is a cool video you should watch - two fruit bats getting affectionate with me. Reminded me of ...
... coming from, apparently a temple cannot be built unless there is a source of water in the area. After we stayed and watched a number of processions leading into the inner temples where there were prayers being led and people making their offerings. There would be groups going in at a time, people who were too late would be asked to wait for the current group to finish then after they come out the others go in. It went on like this for a while, I lost count of the number of ...
... not mentioning I was very right of what I said to them, it is clear they do in here whatever they want too and if I wont shut my mouth, I am close of being arrested for a verbal abuse of a 5 police officers. One of them asked me to leave standing up and pointing his hand on the door, I did leave!!!
I was walking back to my guesthouse trying to recollect all that just happened! As I am annoying and hell of a determined ***** I knew there must be one police officer that ...
The Beginning. One month in Asia, and a rough sketch of an itinerary. Bali 7-10 days, Thailand the last few weeks. Rough sketches are the best type, because things never go as planned. Sure enough, we arrive in Kuta, Bali on Saturday night. Having heard mixed reviews about this place, warnings came to fruition. I felt immediately suffocated as the harassment of street hawkers drowned out my own thoughts. The air felt ...
... the security guard popped out and opened the barrier – obviously, it wasn’t going to be a problem.
We parked the bikes next to a row of mopeds, chained the helmets to them and headed off in the general direction of the beach. When we got there, there was a beach bar and café (sorry no pictures again) which was just plain cool. It had a large flat round roof providing lots of shade with a central bar you could walk all the way ...
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