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Yesterday we spent the day mucking around by the pool and then we went out for a family meal at one of the nice restaurants.
Today is my leaving day and from the moment I woke up I knew it was going to be tough. Mum walked past my bed and I pulled her into bed with me and we had a cuddle, and I started quietly sobbing, to which my Dad made some noise from the other bed, got up, looked outside, got ready and then said I'm going to breakfast. ...
... toothbrushes. Each little baby turtle needs to be gently scrubbed on his shell, head, flippers and tummy. This is to remove the algae that grows on them and in the tanks. This is done every morning to ensure they stay healthy and clean and don't spread any diseases to the other turtles. Each tank has a specific kit with brushes to clean the tank and turtles and isn't used on the other tanks to ensure no cross contamination. Once each baby is cleaned, it is placed back in the ...
... of the day catching up on all the gossip, eating food and having a few drinks. Kuta is very busy and I seen it as the Australians version of Magaluf. A bit too crazy and not the chilled out paradise holiday we were looking for so only had one night to spend here. The next morning we were off to Gilli Trawangan - somewhere I hadn't heard of before until travelling around Asia! I had been guaranteed that it wouldn't ...
... Garden Buffet which was only 50,000 Rp (£2.50) for a massive BBQ Buffet. Absolutely amazing. the place is cheap though, massage's for £4, meals for under £1. You can't go wrong.
From Kuta we are going to do a road trip on the Scooter up to Ubud and further. We'll see where it takes us.
Stress of the Week: Trying to avoid getting pulled over from more police!
Worried if I killed that poor snake.
Another experience stands out as well, this time after we reached our beach destination, when we were invited to stop for a beer at one of the many beach side "beer cooler" restaurants. This is not an exaggeration. Some local entrepreneur sets up a cooler of beer and other alcohol options, a couple of large umbrellas, and a bunch of plastic stacking chairs, and presto! It's an afternoon party gathering on the beach, where ...