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It was smooth sailing until indonesia. A 2 hour immigration line started things off at the airport. All I could think about was how much I wished I'd used the restroom beforehand! Upon exiting customs I looked for the sign with my name among the sea of signs and people. Since I arranged for a pickup from the hotel I was staying at, I assumed they would be there. Nope. With my bike box and bag i managed ...
... scaring everyone into thinking that if they went out after dark on Nusa Penida the locals would attack them. Emma assured us that the island life is incredibly calm and safe, and there was nothing to worry about.
Maria & I walked into Ubud and changed our pickup time for tomorrow to 9am so that we can get as much time as possible at the resort for the weekend. We found a bar on the main street in Ubud that has Happy hour mojitos in 10 different flavours. We sat on the ...
Today we had planned to visit the two tier waterfall in Senaru, the first waterfall is called Sindanggila and the second one is called Tiu-Kelep. We woke up at 9am and had banana pancakes and tea for breakfast, the usual we were then persuaded by our hotel owner to take one of his 'guides' with us, as it is recommended to always have a guide when you're planning on going to the second waterfall as it's quite a long way. The young lad who accompanied ...
... The first one I met told me “Down the road. 200 meters”.
Great. That would mean so much if I actually knew what meters equates to in feet. Actually, no that wouldn’t help either. I can’t estimate distance to save my life.
I think it roughly equated to two city blocks. I daringly crossed the street with honking cars and scooters aiming for me. There was a soccer field with a man waking two huskies. The sidewalk was nothing ...
... stopping on the way at a coffee plantation to learn about the cultivation process and to sample "Poo Coffee" or Kopi Luwak which comes from Indonesia. What is interesting about this coffee is that red, ripe coffee beans are eaten by the palm civit. While in the civit's stomach, it undergoes chemical treatment and fermention. The beans then finishes its journey through the ...