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... we didn't have enough time, a visit to the Gilli islands is a must!! Overall - Always haggle on price! Everything is a third of the price they originally offer. - Padlock your belongings and always keep valuables hidden, better to be over cautious! - Always ask for taxis to be on a meter rather than a set price. - For Tuk tuks always agree a price before setting off. - South East Asia Lonely planet guide has been a dream - definite MUST! Love to all, Ols and ...
... bars and hotels and it is very shabby chic and colourful. The hotel we had planned to stay in was booked for tonight only so we will check in there tomorrow. We decided to stay next door today in a little beach hut with an outdoor bathroom. It was more expensive than we are used to at £30 a night but is well worth the money. You arrive with a huge white four post bed with a flower decoration ready for you. We spent the rest of the ...
... I will remember, many others will fade into my memories. But those brief conversations that we have with certain people can help to put everything into a new light, make it brighter, and we can really appreciate what it is. I don't know where I will be if my unfinished love story was to suddenly come back to me and tell me he does change his mind, he does want to be with me. I guess I will cross that bridge if it ever comes. I guess timing is ...
... place hoping to see some boiga dendrophila, an amazing rear-fanged colubrid that is known for its beautiful colouring – black with bright yellow or white stripes. The spot was located next to a small river flowing along rice fields, a perfect habitat for the mangrove snake (one of its names). Again we were in luck and this time we saw a yellow stripped baby and a very large white stripped adult. Both were ...
... first glimpse of Kuta Beach. Firstly however, Neil was completely blown away by the amount of mopeds parked up alongside it. There must have been hundreds all jammed in, which led to two questions:
1) was there some sort of moped valet parking at Kuta Beach?
2) how the hell did you recognise your little black Honda amongst the hundreds of little black Hondas, and when you do, how do you get it out?
After taking moped pics, we hit Kuta Beach - ...
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