Travel Blogs from Bali
... their prime. We even got waved at by contestants Pete and Andy, and took a photo with Caleb and Alice's car (which we recognised from the first episode). AMAZING. Annah and Andy may have been concerned at just how excited we were. Christmas list idea - The Block NZ box set.
After a 7 hour airport wait and a 9 hour flight, we are now settled in Bali. It's about 32 degrees and beautiful. We shall save those details for another day though.
Until next time...
... you can't get bored in Asia! Just stepping out into e street is an experience and you see something new everyday. You think you've seen it all when you see a family of 4 on 1 motorbike then the next day you see 5... I think I will miss Asia even the chaotic motorbikes and street sellers harassing you every 5seconds to buy! Ive had so many new experiences like eating a cricket and riding on the back of a motorbike. However I'm ready for something new so bring on ...
... evil spirits are believed to lurk, and the good spirits are invited accordingly to accept the offerings in exchange for warding off the evils.
Our next indicator came when we spent a day biking through the Balinese countryside on an Eco-bike tour that started near the top of a mountain. The downhill ride, with stunning rice paddies, lush tropical vegetation, and beautiful architecture in the many villages we passed through was complimented ...
... was created as a way to unite the people of Indonesia who spoke over 350 different languages and dialects on the thousands of differnt islands. Linguists and experts were brought on to help in the design. Thus, the language is very easy to learn and understand, so I could piece together what was being said by the sleazy guy. Thankfully, the other man told him no. I looked at him and said thank you. Then as I walked out I pointedly looked at the other ...
... seemed quite right. After several "un-perfect" waves past, I decided to just try one of them. Positioning my board just right (of coarse, by copying others) I looked over my shoulder and started to paddle. I paddled and paddled and applied force to the board, but the wave didn't cooperate. Bummer, dude!!
Luckily, I stayed on my board and was not eaten by a shark. I tried Skylar's suggestion of practicing paddling ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed