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Food and alcohol in Kuta are also cheap. There is an overwhelming abundance of restaurants and the choices of cuisine are endless. I found myself eating a mix of local and Western food. The first night in Kuta, I spotted a much needed jacket potato on the menu of a Mexican restaurant so that was a no-brainer! Breakfast at the B&B was sometimes rather interesting. One morning, I was served up a chicken burger. I'm not too sure where they got the idea that ...
... local pronunciation of "bazar", the enclosed Persian market or shopping mall that has been and probably still is being accepted into the vernacular of predominantly Muslim nations like Indonesia, this market town is an analogy of Daniels interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar dream. Rather it's head of gold, breast of silver, lower torso of brass and feet of clay is it's inevitable character flaw remain to be seen.
Originally referred to in it's Indonesian ...
... we have some other common destination we might explore together. All there is left to do, is to hope for a more peaceful night and a less romantic dinner for my dear neighbors. I will need to catch some early sleep as I am being picked up little after midnight to climb Mount Batur - Indonesia's second highest Volcano. Arriving there early our group of thee plus guide should be up at the top to witness the sunrise. Hopefully the weather will also play ...
... have changed since we stayed here 4 years ago with more flashy hotels and restaurants and a lot more shops ... gone are most of the little corner stores like Sanur and replaced with quickie marts every 50 m. Beer is a few thousand more than Sanur but the tourist shops still seem to be hungry for a sale good to get cheap shirts, dresses, etc to take home. The seedy side of here is more out in the open too quite a few more girly bars appearing and massage shops ...
... next was the thrilling part of bagging the animals for a later release in the wild and with the spitting cobra being the first we were like kids before xmas. seeing the aggressive snake spitting and hissing, my wife was surprisingly a bit scarred and unusually very quiet but it was really an experience and we were watching with amazement the whole thing. Next was an adult White-lipped island pitviper (trimeresurus insularis) and ...
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