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... that this was a bad thing. A woman came over and was trying to say something about the squirrels mother, we weren't sure. We waited around until they had released it back into the trees. Both of us wanting to step in but not sure how the locals would have reacted. On our way back to the hotel we also noticed something called 'Sanurs turtle conservation' not that it was to be believed. There were four tanks one had a turtle in with a couple of feet of water, it was swimming ...
... kids. Almost perfect. We had a great meal and the staff gave the boys take away gelato to finish off a great day. People are so nice here.
Only a couple more days to go then back to Darwin and off towards the Kimberley's after my appointment with 1Meter + Baramundi. Will include photos of course. Love to all. Moff
A couple of nights ago, sitting on the balcony with fellow traveller, Dick, he went to light the much needed mosquito coil - still the most effective way of creating a working barrier between you and the whirring dive bombers.
'Is this your pill?' he asked. And there inside the Redhead Matchbox was a Big White Pill.
Hmmmm. Momentary mind checking ... it could be the large pill I now take twice a day, but why did I put it in the matchbox?
"I'll check to see if it's the ...
... WORST BUFFET EVER – FOOD WAS RANSID AND OVER PRICED) but due to the location and so many tours passing by, this business was raking it in. The only good thing about the restaurant is the view from the balcony, we were sat on bar seats overlooking the volcano which was rather amazing.
Next stop was the coffee and chocolate plantation, Bali Pulina, in Gianyar. We didn’t know what to expect, and when we got there my worst fears were met, we were at a ...
... parade, so we left, although I was gutted to miss the burning of the Oogahs to drive out bad spirits. We got an extortionately priced taxi home and used the torch (that i had luckily picked up) to light our way back home. We grabbed some Balinese food on the way- cheap thankfully as all the ATMs were switched off. Nightmare day- but could have been worse. All still had out health and passports! At least I got to skype with my mum, nan and sister. Nyepi has been ...