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Due to my extreme procrastination with writing this blog, I have decided that instead of writing about all three of my past trips in one, I will discuss two now and add my last trip to the blog that will contain my upcoming trip this weekend to Hong Kong. It seems to be a vicious circle of me going on trips, waiting until the last minute to write a blog, and then having way to much to report at one time.
These past few weeks have been hectic, yet incredible at ...
... spend the money. But once I got to Canggu and realized how limited my sightseeing ability was, I decided it was necessary. I wasn't going to come all the way here and not see any more of Bali than the street my hotel is on and my trip this morning with Shirley... So anyway, I'm excited!
Unfortunate story from this afternoon:
So the other day I got some food for my room, some assorted breakfast things and snacks. I've been trying to ...
... night. We had another Bintang beer and watched the surf crash on the shore below.
Wow. We've had some really bad Bali karma here lately. First, I left one debit card at an ATM on arrival at midnight and I still haven't made it to that bank office to try to get it back. Then last night I used another card at an ATM in a restaurant and it didn't do anything for about a minute and spit my card back with no money and no receipt. This morning ...
... interesting Malaysian ingredients from the supermarket before retiring to the hotel lounge for some final free cocktails (we'd traded in the last of my Hilton points). In conclusion: backpacking with a toddler is totally doable. Bardy made the locals warm to us and opened many doors which made the whole experience richer. If you're wondering whether to do it... do it. You may even cross paths with us next time we do. Game over, but what fun we've ...
... room was ready, so we chucked down our bags and put on our running trainers while looking cool at the same time. We headed down to the monkey Forrest. This was brilliant, the monkeys where human friendly and would climb onto your shoulders. The Forrest itself was also amazing, like something from a film scene. We walked around, taking in the amazing surroundings for a few hours. After this, Eiry said she was starving, so she dragged ...