Travel Blogs from Seminyak
... be complete. Then I have to go restrengthen every lesson til it goes Gold (phase 2), and then keep hitting the strengthen skills so that it keeps giving me random **** to deal with, rather than me knowing all the questions will be "past imperative verbs" or whatever that particular lesson set is. Phase 4 will be getting my **** together and actually trying to talk to some Spanish people. This may be some time away Out in the rain. It's not bad actually, we're in ...
... hand I figured it was best to know the outcome either way. So just as I was walking out the door for dinner, I turn back and quickly check my emails, only to discover the family had emailed me to say they think I would be a perfect fit for their family and they would like me to start as soon as possible for a minimum of 6 months employment. I was ecstatic and it was the perfect way to finish my last night in Asia, on a complete high!
Bye Bye Bali xxx
I'm on my way down under! ...
... Tiga! Pete came out of the sea looking a bit shaken up, apparently the sea was so rough he almost got swept away, I didn't notice. He lost his necklace that he had bought off a little Bolivian girl on Isla del Sol for 50p that he hasn't taken off for 5 months. We then watched another beautiful sunset on Kuta beach.
Next day we were off the the airport, chatting all the way with a really nice, interesting taxi driver. Next stop- Bangkok!
... bike with it!
Yesterday I caught the tourist shuttle from the port at Padang Bai to Ubud. At five dollars for an hour and a half with air-conditioning, it wasn't seeming too smart.
Then it began to bucket down.
Just what the tourist demands:
No waiting or thinking required.
No getting wet either.
Just like a cruise really.
Except for six meals a day!
So, this is where Canary Islanders holiday?
... fields. The rice terraces were incredibly lush and beautiful and the people were lovely. We stopped for lunch in a village hut that belonged to some local old people (so cuteeeeeeeee Indonesian grandparents!) The grandma was making palm sugar into solid blocks which is how she makes a living and she then very kindly made us all lunch. After lunch the granddad even offered to give us massages! Although the hut was very simple it was surprisingly cosy and comfortable and ...