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... are resolutely western. Linda does manage to find a few things though. There are also a few half-decent restaurants, but oddly enough it’s a real challenge to find a half-decent bar – most seem to be aimed at Aussie teenagers with promotions on drinks we have little interest in! There are also a million spas dotted round and Linda makes use of a couple for the last time on this trip! We also find the memorial ...
... on the journey there and back is interesting as we see some of the daily routine of the local people.
Back at our hotel by 4pm we all go for a swim, and a round of cocktails at the swim up bar, before getting ready for dinner. 6pm we take the short seaside walk to the restaurant where we sit under a ...
... One of Jacobs little cousins would keep going down to the lounge area by the beach and grab things from the people selling things and she thought they were giving it to her but she actually had to pay for. Then her mom had to give the little Balinese people money for her gathering these things haha it was quite funny and she just kept grabbing things from the little people trying to sell goods. Was nice to relax here and grab some drinks and talk ...
... a little cleaner. Yes there were still piles of rubbish and things scattered in the sand but on a much smaller scale to that over Christmas. You would still have to pay me to go swimming though. When not eating, drinking or weaving the scooter through traffic, Sam continued on his shopping streak and purchased a few more 'essential' items for his life in the sun. Despite money burning a hole in my pocket I was only able to acquire a hat and pair of trousers. ...
... of my best boxing moves the card refused to come out.
Luckily 3 security men appeared out of nowhere to check or offload the
machines. However their English was limited and after explaining the
situation they said they could not help and I had to wait for the bank
to open on Monday morning. I had a feeling they had the power to open up
the machine despite them refusing so. I insisted ,my greek anger
increased by the second. Unsurprisingly one of ...