Taksu Holiday Club
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We went to Canguu and Echo beach for a look, there were lots of people out surfing. We did some shopping on the way back to the hotel. I got rugby boots & Jandles. We had Burger King for lunch, it was yum. We had a relaxing afternoon at the beach and watched the sunset again. I got to buy some flying lights, they're cool. We had another massage after ...
... of the volcano from an eruption in the 60s, although there was a more recent eruption in 2000. This ash is continually mined for volcanic rock which is used as building material by people living in the surrounding villages. On one side of Lake Batur, there is a small village that does not cremate or bury their dead, but rather let the bodies decompose while covered. Once the body is just a skeleton, they cremate the bones only.
Once breakfast was ...
all of us, except Tys, home and safe before Christmas. Tys will be safe and happy in the
Caribbean and hopefully "living the dream".
Today will be a quiet day for me. I’m off to get
some herbal concoction for the muscle I’ve torn in my calf and maybe get a
massage if I can’t find anything else to do. Ohhh so tough !!!!
Fri 20th Sep - Woke to another great local breakfast at the guesthouse, fruit and black rice pudding. We packed up then set off in a taxi to Balian on the South West coast of Bali. It's a quiet area known for good surf. The journey took around 3 hours and was quite an adventure. The drivers here are forever overtaking other drivers etc, ours went to overtake a van that looked like it had pulled up at the side of the road when ...
... or the Kimberley's in Western Australia, and the beauty and integrity of these places are untouched.
In much the same way, there are places in Bali that are as beautiful as ever, the rice fields of Jatiluwih, the views of the sunrise over Mt Agung, the temples in the villages decorated for the current ceremony. Then there are, of course, the Balinese who slip easily from western dress for work, mostly connected with the tourist trade, ...