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... size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">TRIP DAY 10: 20AUG
Sad day...I had Last Day blues. But guess who didn't have cramps through the night?! ME!! So, it was a winner for the pharmacy!!
The plan was to laze by the pool after breakfast, so while ...
... grows if the air is clean, but otherwise not). And everything is covered in moss. The highest shrine is the holiest. The steps up to the temple are high because the bad spirits have trouble climbing them. So do old people, by the way.
March 21 is "New Year’s". The whole country is closed for 30 hours; even the airport. No cars on the roads. No electricity. Nada.
We saw a funeral. Our guide told us you could tell because people were wearing ...
... a gas feed that seemed to fuel the stove at either zero or 4-alarm blast. It required a flame to light it, causing Sam to singe his hand a couple of times trying. He finally got it lit only to watch it extinguish when we released pressure on the control dial. Despite the hot flames lapping at the side of our pan, we assigned Sam Jackson the task of applying constant pressure to the control (while leaning away from the blaze), we finally got the meat browned and tacos ...
... I noticed some doorways to apartments behind us. Eventually two locals came outside and held the dogs back to let us pass and probably muttered in their native tongue "WHAT CHICKENS". Our hearts were racing so quickly, I couldn't care less... chickens we may be... fools too I suppose.
UP NEXT: Getting ourselves some culture and contact with locals in the Balinese cultural capital, Ubud.... and I got myself some cheap thrills with the monkeys! :S ...
... the mix and pressed into the shape of the brick. (Any knowledgeable brick makers or machine savvy people have to put up with my lack of the right names I'm afraid).
In less than a minute the press lever is raised and up pops a perfectly formed brick. A worker then carries the bricks over to the 'drying pile' where they stay for several days to harden in the sun.
Then the process starts again. They make 85 bricks a day - without stopping! Because once the mix ...