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... until we felt like content chubby Buddhas. After the sun went down we snuggled up to a movie, I mean it had been a stressful day and we needed some down time. It had been such a chilled day in the villa. Tomorrow we move onto somewhere completely different. Kuta. The bustling tourist haven of Bali. I'll let you know how it ...
... Bali I was faced with some nice looking hotels around Denpasar and Sanur, but these were often surrounded by shacks, slums and wasteland. On Nusa Lembongan, the streets of Jungut Batu were lined with shacks, some of which doubled as pretty basic shops, minimal stocks of crisps, drinks, and essentials sitting on old, dusty shelving units. These were scenes that I associated more with poor areas of India, rather than the vision of paradise that most of us picture when we think about ...
There’s nasty elevation
The course is a metaphorical axe murderer
I do one lap
Three quarters through my run I think of the Doc
He’s got to do the lap twice
It takes me three hours
The Doc finishes 4th out of 70 with a time of 5 hrs
We make some new friends
Then we make our way home
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... I didn't get the least bit tipsy, but it was fine. As the dive time neared, I seriously thought about bailing. I was so tired and still nervous about the idea. Plus it would have been super easy. I mulled it over for a while and at the last minute halfheartedly decided to just do it. I couldn't help not doing something because I was afraid of it (or tired for that matter). Bungy jumping is the only exception. The instructor was a nice gal from France and seemed to know I ...
... of no actual persons in the scenario. I wish to write for you a segment that is not so far disposed from a reality. Maybe the time of day is different, the gender of the characters different, their jobs altered and perhaps their country of origin. Yet I write this with certainty that similar stories could be told.)
It’s 6am. Omar is going to university. He’s enrolled in an engineering course. He’s the first of his family to go away to study. Yemen is ...