Sunari Beach Resort
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... herbs, spices, everything. It just smells different, she said. Well I've always found it hard to smell anything when a hairdryer is pointed directly at my face. I was hoping the afternoon heat would subside so that I could sniff up Asia late that evening. On our way to the airport in Holland, I was bragging about how super prepared I am, so Martijn tested this out by asking me how we were getting from the airport to our hotel next to the other airport, Don Muang. The bulk ...
... was a bit underwhelming and we left disappointed especially as most of the temple was on land! It was still in a beautiful place though and nice to have a look. We got back I to the car for another two hours going along a mountain road which was beautiful. We eventually got to our new hotel and very pleasantly surprised with it! It has a very nice pool and our room is nice with a very comfy bed. We had a relaxing rest of the day and were convinced by two very nice ...
... as I could in the shuttle to Bukit Lawang, which wasn't easy given the road conditions. Once we arrived, we had a 20 minute trek, with backpacks, to reach the town. Tears were shed. I could barely stand. My fever must have been about 104, I was sore and exhausted. We rented a room that only had a mattress on the floor as a bed, but I just didn't care. I crashed and slept for hours.
Day 3, Tuesday: Powering Through
After a terrible night's sleep ...
... Life really is too short to take it seriously, particularly when you are on holidays. Carpe Diem.
After much laughter , great food and drinks we boarded the bus for the 3 hour bus trip back
you can imagine that Noddy and Big Ears just wanted to get in their little red and yellow car and tootle off home.
So there you have it, Noddy & Big Ears have done Bali. Until the next continent stay tuned for their next adventure. now it is back to Deb & Mandy xxxxx
... the nutrient-rich ash to plant new crops.
This technique is quick and easy to implement; however, the post-crop soil is often depleted of resources, rendering the land useless. It may take tens of years before soil can produce again and so further vegetation is slashed and burned.
Some may argue that we have already slashed and burned our planet
beyond repair. If we don't learn from our past, I ...