Grand Avenue Bali
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5th - 22nd October A PICTORIAL With a Footnote: Our Bali trip was a birthday celebration, especially for Evi's sister, Barbara, for her 50th (sorry Barbara). Coming from Austria is Barbara, son Christoph and partner Marie, from Oz, Roscoe, Evi and Tom who we have not seen for 6 months. Late September and through October we all had birthdays except Evi, so it was to be a merry time! In passing Roscoe mentioned ...
... place in Wolverhampton on a cold December night. It was funny and it was tragic. There was audience participation, there were moments of pure camp and in the end, the baddie ended up getting his just desserts at the hand of the goodies, (no, not The Goodies, for those of you of a certain age, these goodies).
At the end, the audience were positively pushed into the stage to get photos of themselves with the magnificently costumed players. It was all good clean ...
... Everyone had a nap today. Tonight's themed dinner included a fire dancing show and a women singing popular songs. The dinner had some Vietnamese elements to it making me think of my trip. The women singing took requests and since nobody else was giving any we had all of our songs sung. For Caleb's Bruno Mars song request, he and I were asked to join her in stage ... And we KILLED it !!! We shuffled, did spins on our backs and general made fools of ...
... live like that, but I can't imagine wanting to.
I've visited temples, been blessed by so many people, sung songs, taken and given advice, and managed to find moments of solitude on this tiny island. I've made friends with only a handful of intelligible words spoken between us, proving that language truly is no barrier. I've drawn yantras with chalk and flower petals, and been playful like a child.
There isn't enough laughter in everyday life. At what point did ...
... current so we drifted a lot down the stream above the coral. The fish were amazing! To name a few that I could identify, we saw trumpet fish, clown fish, puffer fish (including a huge one!), box fish and angel fish. We started to go deeper but I got a really sharp pain in my forehead. I had a similar problem once on descent in a plane from Toronto to Montreal and I think it is my sinuses. I didn't want to push it because the pain was excruciating on the plane and I ...