Bali Dream House
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... cousins were more vicious and unpredictable, one guy being attacked as we walked by because he looked like he had food in his bag; we made a swift exit.
In the shadow of Mount Ngung (the highest peak in Bali), the east coast of the island is known to be a great place for snorkelling. There is a 10km stretch of coast, with various sites that have healthy coral reefs and lots of fish to see, we therefore planned to base ourselves in the centre ...
... peaceful. The ceremony was full of little actions that mean something although
we didn’t understand and it’s a social affair, everyone seems happy and
friendly. We did get some strange looks being the only white people there but
mostly people were just saying hello and ‘welcome’ which was lovely.
Eventually it was time to leave, but not before we purchased
a raffle ticket to win a scooter! The husband seemed quite excited at the
We did a lot today! Did not start too smartly thou. Julie, while spraying Deet insect repellent on her legs, managed to miss-fire and spray in her eye (god knows how!!) Anyway she was fine after a few water baths and washing it out for about five to ten minutes. Kevin decided to google Deet and found out it is some hardcore ****. It has already dissolved Julie's sunglasses and on reading if it gets in your blood can be very dangerous. ...
... us to his second mother, his second girlfriend, and all of his cousins and brothers. We became the main attraction and enjoyed all the attention. Finally when things settled down a bit Gede insisted that he and I leave to get me food (since he arrived early I didn’t have time for breakfast). I told him I could wait until lunch but he seemed to think it was a good idea so I trusted him. We ended up getting lunch and missing the second ceremony down ...
... ocean admiring the view of the mountains behind he beach. Successfully mastered we went down again and headed for another coral garden, passing a solitary seahorse along the way. Jemeluk is known for its drop off - a coral wall edge plunging into the murky depths of the sea, all within a pretty sheltered bay. More bright fish and similarly bright soft coral, plus a small ray type creature resting on the seabed. We also saw an odd ...