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... on the screen...???), they give most of their extra money to the village temple. Religion runs supreme in every aspect of Balinese life. 3) Its difficult to retain Balinese staff at hotels, etc because money isn't an incentive. The Balinese are quite self sufficient and don't value money the same way as the West. Thus, if they get bored at their job or don't like it, they simply go home and continue to live with their extended family. (The pace ...
... and started off on the one hour journey back to our hotels; this was done in complete silence, but for very different reason: everyone was absolutely exhausted! Edd got himself comfy on my lap and had a nap for most of the journey, snoring quietly at the back of the van.
Edd and I were dropped off last at exactly 3.05PM and went to change into more comfortable clothing, as we had a massage booked for 3.30pm. It was a hard life.
Walked down to ...
... speed limits in Bali, no stop signs, no limit to the number of passengers you can carry on your scooter....but you have to wear your seat belt!? Of course, no one does (which is why I didn't know this before) unless they see police checking, which doesn't happen very often. Today is a celebration (giving thanks for metal things...), so the market was very busy and police were directing traffic (which means standing in the road blowing their whistles pretty ...
... the time went! Between finishing off my packing and writing up mu notes for the next volunteer it was soon 2 o'clock and I had to go to the school to teach in the English class. We started the lesson with a game of Articulate, but as it was Fun Friday we got all of the groups together and I taught a big dance lesson... most of the boys didn't join in, but the girls all had lots of fun and really worked hard :) At 3 we all walked down to the river which was a very ...
... carp don’t swim between your legs… After the warmth and humidity of the mountain rainforest the water felt great, actually.
I had to wait five or ten minutes to get up to the various fountains and do the entire ritual. Apparently this was a very short line on a slow day here, as on festival days and new moon times the lines can take as much as four hours. You go up to each gushing spigot of spring water, wash your mouth three times (or ...