The Payangan Hideaway
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... were even perched on tree branches to get a view of the stage. It was a fantastic performance consisting of 6 different acts. It wasn’t a single storyline but rather a series of short scenes. The coordinated eye, finger and feet movements of the dancers was incredible. Each movement made by the dancers is deliberate and conveys some emotion or action. Given the speed with which it is all executed, one can only imagine how ...
... all the birds chirping. The tour lasted for two hours and by the time it was finished I was hungry and tired. It was 2 in the afternoon and I hadn't eaten lunch. I drove back towards town, away from the rainforest, and stopped at a McDonalds for lunch. I decided to eat as I had no other plan and I ordered a large meal because I was so hungry. However, when I received my order I realised I'd made a mistake ordering a large; it was huge! I ate as much as I could before putting ...
... like not having someone to share the amazing times with.
So for all the above reasons , and maybe a few more, I'll waffle on :)
After all, you don't have to read it if you don't want to.
So, I arrived Bali yesterday evening. Early start just after 5am to get the 6.30am Rex to sydney.
The new Bali airport despite its fur coat, lacks knickers, and it took an hour to get through visa application ...
... 15 minutes. The beach here is one of the better ones on Bali, but just two minutes up the road, is the Blue Lagoon, a small beach, that sadly fills with touts and hawkers towards the middle of the day, but does offer some okay snorkelling. During the morning the visibility is definitely better, with just a snorkel and a face mask, you can view a lot of corals and some fish, sadly the corals that are still on show, are surrounded by large amounts of coral skeletons, an ...
... stopped off at dunkin donuts on the way, and having caught a kick ass tan en route, we arrived at Tanah Lot. Tanah Lot is a rock formation just off the island of Bali, and is home of a pilgrimage temple. When we arrived, we had to walk through a small Balinese market that had many stalls selling local and traditional goods and souvenirs. At the foot of the temple there is a source of natural water which is also know as Beji. On religious holidays, many local Hindu people from the ...