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Stopped at a store for a few Bintang beers ;) the woman running the store didn't have enough change in the register ( was short 1000 rupiah... Around 10 cents) in lieu of change we were given candy!!! lolllll God we love Bali !!
Spent the evening in our cool cool room watching a Hollywood blockbuster lollllll.
This morning we got up and had breakfast at the buffet. After we went shopping and bought 7 football shirts for my friends and I. Later we went surfing, it was harder as we were further out and the waves were bigger. All the paddling made my arms ache and the tiny jellyfish kept stinging you.After lunch we went back to the surf school and downloaded all ...
... that we should come back in the high season to see the beaches real beauty. The beach its self was narrow and lined with local huts. I was not able to walk very far due to the garbage and the packs and very angry and very aggressive dogs that call the beach home. they were very territorial of the garbage. There was so much garbage that chickens and pigs root through it for food and children comb through it for bottles and scrap metal. Its a scene that makes you hate yourself ...
... a surfer little beach, but the people seem to be really lovely not your usual but thread surfers. Drove my bike up over the mountain and stopped at a crazy mum waving me down with her kids. WE sit down chat laugh in indo. The mum placed makeup on me. mind you we are on the side of the road motorbikes and scars driving past. ut it's all good yeah we will put makeup on on the side of the road. Bright pink lipstick and eye shadow I was good to go back. I promised chocolate ...
... I hunker down and paddle out... the cycle begins again... life is good. :-) Scoot... scoot! To get around we have rented scooters for the month. It's been a while since I've been on a motorbike but it quickly comes back to me. We live in an area of Bali where there are many foreigners, especially Australians. Everywhere you go there are always non locals. Everyone drives scooters here but the driving can be dangerous and crazy. The streets are narrow and cars can easily take ...