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... our boat met back up with us.
We moved to a new spot and before heading back in we had nasi campur for lunch - white rice with an assortment of sides. Unfortunately, it was too spicy for me to enjoy so I only ate a bit, plus some bananas to tide me over. We went back in the water, this time out a bit deeper. We were higher above the corals than we had been before, so it was good to be able to dive down to see them better. I was ...
... women. Granted, the breastfeeding woman may only have been the woman who ended up sharing the seat with me, but who knows?
I also bought some snakefruit and mangosteen to try. Snakefruit is called such because its skin looks like snake skin. It tastes like a cross between a pineapple and an apple--it was pretty good! The mangosteen is one of the more popular fruits, and had a soft, white fruit on the inside that was delicious.
Another long read ahead.
We've had a very enjoyable stay here again at Chai T House in Ubud.
Two days ago we booked a day out with Putu. We wanted to see a waterfall, hot springs, Lake Bratan (famous temple in the lake), Lovina Beach and any interesting place he knew. When researching things to see I picked places well written about typical tourist destinations. Putu took us elsewhere ...
... a choice but now that we have we feel like some kind of adrenaline junkie adventure sporter. It doesn't stop there either. We quite literally go offroad across the island the whole way back to seminyak. It is ******* crazy and yet mopeds are still doing suicide runs past us. We must have been through 15 little villages. Seen hindus, catholics and protestants alike getting ready for celebrating the **** out of tomorrow. Rice fields, 50 degrees slopes with rivers running down ...
Took the ferry from Ketapang to Gilmanuk which only cost 6,500INR and although only a few kilometres across the Selat Bali (Bali Sea) took an hour due to the circuitous route the ferries take due to the strong currents that prevent them going the most direct route straight across. After a brief meander round Gilmanuk looking for a cheap place to stay but failing miserably, thought i might camp at the Park Headquarters ...