Travel Blogs from Kerobokan
... as you're more likely to be knocked unconscious by debris than have a pleasant swim, but here the water is nice and clear so perhaps we'll dive in on our last day. Makes it hard when you have a perfectly good pool a few steps from the beach. We've definitely enjoyed our time on Lembongan. It's a good sized island - big enough to have a few different areas but small enough to drive around or simply walk from bay to bay. Accommodation choices are good - from backpacker cheap to ...
... to say goodbye to friends we leave Bali with a bang! The time has come and I can't believe it's over... and yet so excited to continue my journey! I have almost 2 more months of travelling left (7 weeks actually) and I'm really pumped. Upcoming highlights include more bucket list items such as scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and extreme white water rafting through the gorges of Fiji! Next: A quick stop in Port Moresby (aka hell on earth) and I'm off to ...
... recently. He told me to settle in at home, try teaching high school, find a girl, coach wrestling and stabilize. Sounds good. I’m also exploring other options. I think often of going back to school. I love learning. Back to school is very appealing to me. My heart has fallen back on Paramedicine. I lost the first round of that path. A second chance has me hungry. If I did it again I know in my heart I’d be successful. I wrote ...
The road winds down the other side of the hill taking me into the main village on the island. I start passing numerous scooters whose riders are carrying large offering baskets to their destination. One of the first tasks of the day for the Balinese is filling small baskets with rice, flowers and incense and distributing them throughout the land as an offering to the various Hindu Gods that watch over them. Every morning, before I leave ...
... year though, and there's a reason.
In that article the NZ tax system looks OK on paper,but in fact it is hugely unfair. The bulk of the tax burden is paid by PAYE workers. The wealthy, the big companies (particularly the spectacularly devious Apple company) pay laughably little, if any taxes.
And here's another big? surprise ... It's just about the same in Australia .... Not to mention Greece!
This brings me back to my research about ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet