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We got a taxi to the airport - Mike haggled the taxi man down from 80, 000 rupiah to 60, 000 but we ended up having such a nice chat with him that in the end we gave him 70, 000! We wandered around the airport for a bit and Mike bought some posh white chocolate that was cut off a massive block. The flight was funny - as soon as we'd taken off, we were given a snack and some water and then about 10 minutes later, after cruising beneath the clouds (meaning we had some great views ...
... unique insect challenges. Furthermore, it rains everyday here and the bathroom is only half roofed so if you need to use the bathroom when it's raining well... you might as well have a shower at the same time. The only thing more challenging is when you want to go in the middle of the night. Now your swatting mosquitos in the pouring rain in darkness! Haha. Enough potty talk. It worked out just fine for us, but we did keep a close eye on the mosquitos as we really didn't want ...
... Air Canada. And had their elite status for over a decade. So how do they recognize that? They don't. Nothing.
So, on this trip to SE Asia, I have stayed for absolutely free at the following:
- Taipei, Taiwan - 5 nights
- Kuching, Borneo - 5 nights
- Kota Kinabalu, Borneo - 1 night
- Sandakan, Borneo - 1 night
- Bali, Indonesia - 5 nights
- Lombok, Indonesia - 2 nights
- Yogyakarta, Indonesia - ...
... snorkelling but it wasn't the best experience. After picking your way over 100m of shallow reef, the current was so strong that swimming was near futile. As such, having expensed a great deal of energy getting out, we turned straight back and battled current and crashing waves to return to shore. Peckish after the exertions of the morning, we cycled the short distance up the road to Café Easy, where the gang enjoyed pizzas on the beach. Whilst the others ventured to the ...
... on the Gilis. My being obsessed with the under water world continued and my attempts of capturing its charm and all the stunning creatures in it followed suit by renting another camera. So for my first dive in the Gilis I was pumped because the site was Shark Point as I had read it was very likely to see grey and white reef sharks lurking here. I still hadn't seen one and was crossing all my fingers and toes. Unfortunately, our group didn't see any despite others seeing ...