Fire engine hair, hiking down a volcano. I can’t believe I never posted this picture along with all of my other Bali photos. It is my favourite one of the lot.
Tips to all people who are willing to fall asleep on planes. Tip 1. Please wash your hair before flight, no one really wants to see your oily hair protruding though the chairs. Tip 2. Prepare to have your hair tugged, and head tickled. Tip 3. On small airlines the space is already quite constricted. It would really be appreciated that you don’t recline your chair whilst the person behind you is eating boiling hot noodles and coffee. This will result in a definite spillage. Thankyou for flying AirAsia.
Last picture taken in Bali. Hopping on the AirAsia bus to board our flight back to Perth, Australia. Our moods were gloomy.
Walking down the to the end of Jalan Legian towards ‘Bemo Corner.’ It’s a really nice walk, a lot of nice things to buy along the way. Everyday we’d do the walk and I was sure that I wouldn’t buy anything. Alas, I came back with bags full everyday.
Next time I go to Bali, I’m definitely climbing this beauty! This volcano is called Mt Agung, it’s the highest of three volcanos in Bali.
Jalan Legian at three in the morning. It’s beautiful, hardly anyone around. This is a little way up from the pubs and clubs, so generally it’s a quieter area. I love it!
Poppies Lane II isn’t what it use to be. I remember going there around ten years ago, it had no trouble, no pick pocketing, to feral bogan westerners. I think it’s sad consider it’s such a lovely little lane way. I’m Australian, and it’s upsetting to see other Australians in Bali acting like ferals, showing no respect for the Balinese locals. In my opinion, we are entering their country, so show some respect! It ‘aint that hard! We can do it guys!
Let me tell you a story about this room. Once we had checked out of our hotel, we had no where to shower except for this little tiny amenity room. The toilet had no toilet seat, the shower had no drain and there was a dead rat at the entrance of the door. But hey, that’s Bali for you. We laughed a lot. We roughed it.