Ramada Resort Benoa Bali
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... heard what was going on and saved us! I couldn't have been happier to see them, it scared me and Anna because we thought that after India we could face anything. The boys made sure to walk us back, cheer us up and promised they would never leave us alone again (They weren't so happy we had said no to them walking us back). So unfortunately a negative ending to a good night. It was a reality check and big shock that will make sure me and Anna stay extra safe from now ...
... 2 weeks. They showed us how to make 7 different local dishes including a peanut satay sauce, mie goreng, yellow curry, gadu gadu and ? Balls (sweet rice balls filled with palm sugar, rolled in shredded coconut. The best part was we got to eat it all at the end! We thoroughly enjoyed the class and plan on trying some of the recipes when we get home. On our last night we took a walk over to the other side of the island to ...
... to get something on the beach. Down I go and the only place I feel comfortable is the one I am familiar with so I joined the young crowd there. I tried really hard not to feel like I probably looked (out of place) and got a quick meal. The place was starting to warm up with a dj and head banging music and there I sat on a couch with a 2012 Womens Day magazine trying to look inconspicuous. The place was packed and the only place for me was on this ...
... a vehicle, and with four trailers to carry all my many memories back home.
I virtually left Bali the next day after arrival to take a fast boat across to Lombok.
Lombok and Bali are like sister islands within a huge archipelago of islands and the two are seperated by sea and the imaginary Wallace Line. Bali is more Asian and Lombok has more of Australia flora and fauna.
On making plans for this part of my travel Lombok was to be my choice to take ...
We arrived in Bali on 19 January and literally from the moment we stepped out of the arrivals hall, we knew we were in for an "interesting" week or so.
The journey to our hotel about 10 km away took about an hour. It was rush hour in Bali so we assumed. We have since learnt that every minute of every day is rush hour in Bali. How our driver managed to avoid killing one of the 3 million mopeds which pulled out in front of us (some carrying ...
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