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... and there are so many wonderful places to explore. But there's nothing like the love of wonderful friends and family and being able to share experiences with them. That's what life is all about. Good times, good people and a little eating, praying and of course, a little loving on the side! I'm about to start a yoga teacher training for children and I hope to be able to share what I've learned with all my lovelies back home, both young and old. With another ...
... in touch with an organization in Nepal, ICA-Nepal, and they responded that we were welcome to stay at their hostel and they wouldn't mind our help. All of this information slowly became available over the next several days.
In the meantime, I met up with Naomi at her hostel on my second night in Canggu. Several of us left the hostel for some live music at a local bar and I hitched a ride with one of her friends on his ...
April 20, 2015
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We hired a driver that was stationed at our hotel. He spoke good English and had a new comfy Suzuki SUV that was quite roomy. He didn't come down on the price, but for 5 hours of sightseeing and looking for hotels, we paid $25US. That's a lot easier than driving. The driving here is quite different and we're not interested in doing it, at least yet.
We had "GD" take us to a fish market south of the ...
... completed registration form in order to obtain their room key.Please note: In accordance with local regulations, all visitors must remain within the hotel property during Seclusion Day/Hindu New Year on March 21, 2015 (from midnight March 20, 2015 to early morning March 22, 2015). Check-in and check-out will not be possible on March 21, 2015.When you leaveCheck-out time is noonHow you can payAccepted at this hotel: ...
Okay, so... I know everyone thinks of Bali as paradise, wonderful white beaches, perfect for surfing, beautiful sunset and friendly people. And, for goodness sake, it does have all that! But I don't understand how everyone can possible like to come to Kuta. Walking through the streets where EVERYONE will try to sell you their stuff or service, and they all have the same rubbish, and they all get ****** if you walk away after only glancing at their things with a hint of ...