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... of the children are HIV positive. Some are the product of affairs where the extended family have shunned the mother, and some have been born with health issues like Cerebral palsy or Ichthyosis – a disease where the skin peels off, their limbs can be deformed and where their bodies burn calories at twice the normal rate. Without specialized ointments and adequate nutrition most babies will not survive. However we saw a lovely little boy of nine ...
... and nearly munched on my hand the little fecker!
The next thing we booked up was a fire dance at one of the temples, well it wasn't quite as exciting as the bike tour, pretty much a load of semi naked blokes dancing round some fire singing, well making odd sounding noises whilst we all sat in uncomfortable plastic chairs for an hour. Probably the best part of the performance was before the show started where a stray dog wandered out in front of ...
... runner! He also wore fluorescent green socks which were right up over his knees and disappeared into his shorts. The whole village was out in support and it gave a really good atmosphere. The tourist office was right at the top of the road and a very bored and fairly unfriendly man sold us tickets to the Ramayana and Fire Dance performance this evening (Rp 80,000 per ticket). With exactly an hour until our recommended time of arrival, we decided to march back to where we had lunch ...
... installed by the taxi companies in the forlorn and hopelessly optimistic notion that they would be used to provide pricing transparency. Similarly, map books and (oddly) GPS systems are abandoned in favour of the passengers' local knowledge of the area which is akin to a cook knowing the precise location of an individual piece of spaghetti in a rather large pot.
Utilising that sense of hopeless optimism, we took a taxi ...
... leading back from Sanur's Main Street to the beach with beautiful landscaping marked by what look a lot like bonsai trees - shaped similarly but with lighter green larger leaves. Doves coo. Birds tweet. And that is about all the noise you hear. From the beach, a long, wide light tan strip that stretches for five kilometers, you see small waves breaking on a reef about 200 yards out but you can hardly hear the waves breaking. Inside the ...