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... fine by us!
We were blessed with a great pool and equally great weather despite it being the monsoon season and were only caught out once in a torrential downpour where we needed to exchange our shoes for flippers to wade through the streets! Being in the tropics however meant the rain was warm so we didn't mind splish splashing around in it.
Showing Paulie the main streets ...
... down inside the boat as we thrashed through large waves. Nicola sat with her head out of a window desperate for fresh air whilst Kate climbed back to top deck the second she was allowed where she was able to cool down and even found herself enjoying a massage from one of the men running the ferry. We consoled ourselves on leaving Gili T and the girls with a massive all you can eat BBQ at sky garden again with free beer and set about planning the next leg of our trip to ...
... and see a waterfall and a monkey forest. They pick us up at 10am on their mopeds, I (Jonny) go on the back of Agung and Lucy on the back of Icha. We drive through the busy streets of Kuta, through little villages that are making all kinds of wooden furniture then out on to more open green land. After about 50 mins we pull in at a petrol garage to get petrol, a drink and to have a little break. I swap with Icha and take a turn driving. Almost as soon as we pull out we ...
... and it was delicious. We had a private room with a hot shower. And we never saw any creatures in our room. So much better than I expected! When I was six years old (I think), I went to a circus with my family. The only things I remember are being super creeped out by the clowns and riding the elephant. Now, in my memory, this elephant was 100 stories tall and had 20 kids sitting on it. I have no idea how big it actually was or how many kids, but that's what ...
... to miss this insanity. When rafting through the surge of motor vehicles, you feel like you're part of something. An organism.
We strap on our helmets, pay the bill, and plunge back into the stream. Grasping onto my seat is still terrifying, but there's a strange comfort. I feel alive,. I feel I am part of something greater.
I feel like I need to get to Arya's house as fast as possible. I should've never trusted that soup.
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