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... Outside and the attack of the taxi drivers begun. We looked around the shops and stalls then went back to the terminal to find out about the best shopping place to go to apart from Kuta as neither of us are interested in the slightest in going there. Back outside to the throngs of taxi drivers and as soon as they started putting their hands on me and pulling me back toward them I cracked and told them all to ...
... the end, where whilst being annoyed at missing a sunset, Lewis started screaming and crying in pain! In bali when you get chips... You get tomato sauce and chilli sauce, next to each other... If you haven't guessed by now, lewy used the wrong one and we all know how much sauce he puts in chips!
Two drinks, mouthfuls of rice, more plain chips and a swig of dads beer, after what felt like forever, he finally calmed down. Just in time for the cab ride ...
... part of Malaysia.
Our tour guide today is Jackie and we are not sure if its a male or female. Jackie is the most enthusiastic guide i have seen At the very beginning of the tour she took down all the names and countries of each passenger in the bus and was calling people by name in an hour.
It was attacked during World War II to prevent the Japanese from using it as a base. It is now a thriving vibrant modern city. This is mostly a scenic tour so we ...
... The best-known line-crossing is the " Order of the Shellback" that commemorates a sailor's first crossing of the Equator. (Trusty) Shellbacks or sons of Neptune have already crossed, while the ones that have not crossed are called Pollywogs or Wogs (Trusty). "Neptune ", who was played by our Cruise director and his people, came and the people lined up to kiss the fish and get slimed with some green guck. It was a great party and . Great job... a lot of fun. Now we are in ...
... and runs from about 7:00 am to 12:30.
However, this other stuff seems true from direct observation. Indonesia is heavily Muslim. Bali is heavily Hindu, and that’s really true based on the number of shrines we saw everywhere. Balinese Hindu is different than Indian though. In India cows are sacred. In Bali all animals are (that doesn’t mean you don’t get to eat them though; just that you should be careful to not kill ...