Adika Sari Bungalows
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... The Balinese people are lovely, however, if coming here, you will need to accept that the shop keepers, taxi drivers and massage girls will hassle you for your business and try to rip you off. They believe that all Australians and western people in general are all rich, which compared to them we are. If you can joke with them, not take things too serious and walk away if your bartering price isn't met then you will love it too! Sampai jumpa, tepukan (Goodbye, Cheers)
... being the only people walking on this centuries old postal trail. Before too long we arrived in Tsumago just as everything was closing up. It turns out historical towns close at 5pm like in ye olden days. Still it was a blessing in disguise as without all the souvenir shops open Tsumago actually looked like it might have done three hundred years before. We walked along the streets soaking up the atmosphere and enjoying this quaint little town hidden within the ...
... quickly through security, and with not much time to spare we arrived at our gate after a quick train to another terminal :-/ . Relaxed finally, wait cripes. Nobody is here! Like a skilled amazing race team, we checked the board and saw a gate change. A gate in yet another terminal! We ran to the train, up some escalators, and somehow managed to get to the gate on time. Things had worked against us, but we conquered ...
... face was bright red and his eyes blood shot from the sea and sun. He was chatting with all the locals about a big party that night.
We all had a great Mei Goreng (Noodles) and then headed back to the scooters up the stairs up the cliff to the scooter lot were a guy was controlling or playing with a huge snake.
Great day was had by all and we all finished off with a dinner of fresh fish at GaRaSi just down the road.
... Put away. Water? Put away. Camera? No, this was why I was here. I took a chance with the camera, but then so did everyone else. The monkeys were a delight. They were all over the place. To be frank, it wasn't necessary to go into the forest to see them but that's the experience, right? Anyway, they mostly hung around the tourists looking for scraps of food. One of the contradictions of the place is that there are signs ...