Travel Blogs from Canggu
... We realized the French family were arriving from Singapore about an hour after our flight, so despite us leaving them one day to settle in, we waited patiently for them at the arrivals. After meeting up with them and taking us under the wings, they told us that prior to exiting the security in the airport, they asked themselves who would be waiting for them since no one every picks them up from Bali. Well ...
... was a silver lining to my feeling rotten. From that point we had another 10 minutes to climb and the guide kindly helped me up the last stretch. Breakfast consisted of boiled eggs cooked in small voids on the volcano as the temperature coming out of them was more than hot enough, they wrapped the eggs in grass and they took about 10 minutes to cook! Our awesome guide, great guy with a lot of local knowledge told us a lot ...
... thought was "I refuse to become an old maid surrounded by her cats!". Though I was extremely allergic to cats I couldn't resist this one. He was so damn cute and friendly. He curled up next to me while I pet him and slept in the fetal position. I stayed 2 short nights and decided to go to the Gili islands where a lot of travelers recommended to go and where I heard there were no motor vehicles on the island! They did have horse drawn buggies with hilarious kid-like horns which I ...
... different surf breaks
The rubbishy one
Surfing with waterspouts which later connected to form tornados
(Matt forgot his gopro)
Culture trip round rice paddies ...
... hate led you to do what you are guilty, and admit you are guilty, of doing? And, I have an answer for you. It may not satisfy you, but as I search this entire record, it comes as close to understanding as I know.
It seems to me, you hate the one thing that to us is most precious. You hate our freedom. Our individual freedom. Our individual freedom to live as we choose, to come and go as we choose, to believe or not believe as we individually choose. Here, in this ...