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... And we had free veggie soup and salad. With Bintang again of course!!
We went back to the villa to watch one of the girls' knock-off DVD's they'd bought in Bali...which turned out to be quite hysterical. We put on Magic Mike XXL (it was a girls retreat, after all!!) and it was so awful that we watched it in fast-forward hoping it would get better...and it never did!!
... impeccably behaved two year old daughter Flora asleep in it. They’d been travelling all over Indonesia- and other parts of the world- with her and we admired their spirit and defiance of convention in this respect- after all, there is no reason why you shouldn’t travel with a kid, you just need to be good at it and they were. We all got on great and decided to meet again to hang out and swapped travel tips. This is that sort of place.
Mindful that we knew surf basics ...
... meeting her had taught me that I can really enjoy spending so much time and really like a girl again. Hahah .. there you go, the new and improved Ashish. Well, she was polite and said that she was glad I felt that way and thank you for being so kind to say that. It was rebuff, and I expected nothing less. But I had said what I felt, and she had been mature enough not to hold my liking her against me. We continued talking and observing different people, ...
... bicycles from a nearby place for the two days we're here, as no motorcycles are allowed on the island, and rightly so being so small! We find this considerably more difficult to circulate the circumference of the island than in Gili T, due to the amount of sandy roads and just lack of roads, but we have lots of fun giving it a go! By late afternoon we are back to catch some last vital rays on the sunbeds before we go for food on the restaurant filled south eastern ...
... to return to Bali and we reluctantly caught the speed boat back knowing that soon our travel family would split up.
Our last night in Asia was spent back in Kuta, in another pretty grimy hotel complete with resident rats. After a few goodbye drinks the time came to say goodbye to Emil, off to work in Australia, and Clare and Nick who are continuing their Asian travels for ...