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... br> In the schools there's a 'Krupuk Eating Contest'. This is where kids try to eat as many Krupuks (shrimp chips) as fast as possible. Why? Well it's supposed to be a reminder of the times of famine under foreign control.
Then there's 'Panjat Pinang' - the Climbing the Greasy Palm Tree competition. A very long Areca Palm trunk is stuck in the ground and prizes tied to the top around a wheel.
Young kids and young men try to climb up the pole and pull down one of ...
... out, he'd not sold us that as far as the dive centre was concerned. They thought she was doing two days of diving and I was getting my PADI, which is 3 days... so she wasn't meant to have gone diving until the next day, in order to stay in sync with my course. When she got back from what had been an incredible day of diving off Menjangan Island (Western tip of Bali), we talked to Jack and the rest of the guys and they agreed, after hearing our story about Agus, that if anyone had to pay ...
... before I left for the airport. Once again I ended up having some incredible food from the side of the road at a food stall. Why don't be have this back home in England?! I tried chendol and an Indian desert dish that had a peanut sauce. If I wasn't so full from the pork soup I had at lunch with Anson then I could of easily had more of both! I spoke more at length with Ken about his life. It was very interesting. He has been to university, moved to Kuala Lumpur for work as a ...
... answer their door, he woke me and eventually we got Vick to wake up and open the door. As both of us fell asleep and the boys stayed awake, we both felt a bit bad, as they endured more Balinese dancing while we slept!! The 3 piece band kicked on and picked up the pace, so that by 12mn, we were al awake and partying once again in time to see 2013 in with a bang and not a wimper, as it seemed around 11pm!!
Alex and I arrived in Bali late last night. Upon arrival at the airport taxis began calling out taxi taxi everywhere we went which isn't really new but the funny thing is they only have one taxi company but it seems individuals create their own rates. We eventually bartered our way down to 100,000 rupees (about 10 dollars). When we as arrived at the resort we were greeted with fresh orange juice and welcoming staff. This place is the first place we've stayed at that ...
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