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... and the man selling the tickets is albino, speaks excellent english, seems very happy and at peace and while selling the tickets, he chants prayers in a microphone that are amplified through the whole site in the most beautiful and pleasant voice. I went swimming in the pouring rain. It was very peaceful and pleasant as well. I will do a little reading while waiting for the rain to stop and ten go for dinner. I really like the laid back attitude of the ...
... nicer than yesterday. But still very expensive and a lot more than we have been paying elsewhere for food, which is just annoying. Wednesday 13 November Today was an early morning - off in a tuk tuk at 6.20am to the harbour. Off whale watching! Of course any way to get more money - a 25Rp harbour entrance fee for tourists. Already the whale watching ticket was expensive at 6,000Rp each (£28). We set off at 6.45am from the harbour and it all seemed quite calm. Until ...
... 2 days of shirodhara treatment which I accepted.
What is shirodhara?
Shirodhara is an Ayurvedic treatment which involves slowly pouring liquids over a client's third eye, which is located in the centre of the forehead.
Shirodhara is designed to relax the body and open the third eye. It is used to treat a range of skin conditions, along with eye problems, stress, insomnia, memory loss, ...
... of green so vibrant it’s almost not quite real… my other haunt is the end of the beach which I love. The looks I get are hilarious even Fasloon has noticed how obvious they can be, some people their jaw almost hits the floor as they openly stare, I always acknowledge them with a nod or smile or a wave and it really makes their day.
I’m invited into many locals homes for lunch or dinner and I always feel really privileged by their ...
... thunderstorms departed the following day.
Estela and I took a walk down the beach to see what was there, and we scoped out restaurants for future meals, possibilities for recreation, and the general quality of the beaches. We had a couple of drinks at a beach bar behind a barricade of jungle growth tucked out of the wind.
Later, just before dark, Mason and I stumbled into the water in front of our bungalow. There were waves breaking ...