Apa Kabar Villas
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... I spent a good two days trying to find a joker of a turtle we kept spotting from the shore either popping up for air or riding the waves, but would disappear the moment I got in the water. The evenings were filled with Indonesian and seafood invariably followed by some live "reggae" music at the bars. Surprisingly not too much Bob Marley was played with the bands covering hits from famous reggae artists such as Coldplay, U2, The Police and of course Ronan Keating. The ...
... warm and sweaty night!) followed by a wide
elasticated belt to keep it in place – so that is how they keep them on and
they never seem to fall down! Next came the lace, long sleeve top that goes
over the top. SJ immediately saw that it was going to be too small. The
Balinese women are very petite and definitely have much smaller busts than us
western women. So after trying to squash SJ into the, approximately 3-4 sizes
too small, top the wife gave up and ...
... surf god, but all in all it was a good day and my board made for a pretty good sunbed, when I wasn't tearing it up in the water! on my last day in Bali I met someone who was completely genuine, which is rare when travelling. The majority of people are so caught up with trying to be impressive and polite all at the same time that they forget that there is a person behind the pretence and so you never really get an insight into the real amongst all ...
... c-section. (Then again, if I didn't have health insurance when I had my two c-sections, it would have cost me a lot more than 5 months of income.)
80% of the Bali economy is based on tourism. The rest is agricultural. It must be so strange (economically unhealthy?) for an island to rely so much on the vacation whims of outsiders and for so much of its population to be serving them. I feel quite uncomfortable with constantly being at the receiving ...
... in Karma), corrupt policemen who stop tourists and often locals driving to fine them for no good reason for their lunch money, and illegal cock-fighting which is enormously popular and entirely permissible... if you pay the police enough.
We arrived at Coral View Villas with little plan of what we would be doing aside from more lounging (except on beaches) and of course some scuba diving. We settled into the villa which is one of 20 or so with a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking