Travel Blogs from Seminyak
... where bean bag chairs and cold drinks awaited. I think we probably ruined many peoples sunset photos by taking endless pictures and generally being a nuisance. It was also a hilarious people watching spot where other tourists, clearly making the most of their holidays, lay on the beach hypnotized by their own hands and attempting to join in with the locals as they played bongos.
One of the herd headed off to greener pastures leaving only 5 of us to continue the fun. ...
... simple enough. My drive is currently pretty good. My focus is coming along. My day was about responsibility. I took care of what was necessary. I got to see Acok three times. I made peace with Agung, and made Roscoe happy. I would have liked to enjoy my goodbye with Acok better. Next time hopefully. I'm going to fullfill some of my potential now. Thanks for everything, even the stressfull stuff, which generates growth. Goodnight universe, the universe is ...
... I bought some Kopi Luwak coffee because I knew that it was a reputable dealer of the coffee (there are big problems with fakes because they can mark it up so high just by calling it Kopi Luwak).
From there we drove to Amed as the sun set to our right. Our plan for Amed was to dive the USAT Liberty, a WWII transport ship sunk by a Japanese submarine about 120 feet off the coast of Bali, and go to Gede’s house as well as the Balinese cremation Ceremony.
... a manta ray swim by in the river.
Nusa Ceningan is poor! There is a tiny cluster of shanties and an enormous amount of garbage. There's no gov't organized trash collection here and the people just don't appreciate (or can't afford to care) their beautiful home.
And beautiful it is. At the far south end, killer swells and breaks attract the tourists to surreal beaches, ...
... 000 more will sort it out
Flowers and tours and all the rest
Leaving sparkly rings behind
And that is why
"Take $20 rings"
Dave did cry
Your cheapest ring in the shop
Dave did ask
They're just for a year
They don't need to last
The shop keeper was shocked
And asked Mum with a frown
Do they have to get married
Or are they the poorest in town
Engrave the wedding rings now
Two days to go
They've put the wrong ...