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... so missing these cold blooded reptiles was no great loss. Plus the fact
that the temperature was reaching into the high thirties - touching 100 F!!!!
What was a great loss was visiting the ship's doctor, getting told inside of five
minutes that yes, it probably is back spasms and being given a few meds that played
with my head as much as they helped with my back. The cost?? $139. Ouch!!!!
Two days later we ventured ashore in Bali. ...
... efter under én og man næsten ikke kan gå ned af trapper og hældninger (hvilket ikke et så fedt, når man har en rejsedag foran sig = at bære rundt på +25 kg)
- at se Anders starte dagen med en frisk løbetur, mens man selv jamrer sig, hver gang man skal rejse sig fra en stol
- slet ikke at turde tænke på, hvor ondt i benene den 61årige dame må have i dag, når jeg som ungt 20årigt menneske humper af sted og føler smerte ved den mindste bevægelse med ...
... wanted to join us. Compared to yesterday, there were a lot more people already on the beach, many of them locals. I'm not sure why, maybe it was a Sunday, or perhaps they were here yesterday but left early.
I'm always surprised at the things I do on holidays that I wouldn't normally do back home ... like wake up to watch the sunrise. But this really was an amazing sight and the pictures just don't do it justice. If I was ...
... out to the pier and took some really nice photos. The sky was blue, the ocean was clear, the sun was radiant, and the breeze was cool. I was glad I woke up for this, it was totally worth the sleep deprivation. There were beds and deck chairs along the beach and we sat on the beds for a while admiring the view. It's been a really long time, possibly a decade, since I've walked along the beach (ok I lie, I was at Sentosa beach ...
... past week ... I think it's because I was all packed by Sunday (i.e. 5 days ago) and he knew that I was leaving. It was going to be hot (30+ degrees) today, so I'm glad I got the walk in early. For some reason every time I leave the country, the weather always heats up on the day of my flight, like it was preparing me for the heat that I'm going to be in.
I met Wil and Sue for phở in ...