John says cycling up the volcano in Bali. If you recall I cycled DOWN. Except it wasn’t down. So that doesn’t feature on my highlight list. But cycling around the riverfront in Perth does. Because it was flat.
6. Swimming to Palolem
Purely because I made it.
7. 12 hour train ride to Goa
Epic. A trip to India is not complete without spending 12 hours in a non a/c 2nd class carriage. Seriously it was one of the best days of the trip. Not that I’m keen to repeat it.
8. Mosaic restaurant in Bali
It will bankrupt you but it will be worth it.
9. Pillow talking with God
Ecstatic dancing was probably the funniest thing I’ve ever done. My whole life. I got a chance to pillow talk with God and see things that normally you only see in the outtakes from X factor happening right there in front of me. Serious fontrum.
I want to go back but am too scared after my post on it got posted onto the facebook page and half of Bali read it. Bad Sarah.
Ahh well read and imagine.
The best thing – the absolutely best thing (ok maybe not as good as the Hot Springs but close) – has been the friends we’ve made along the way – Pooja, Tara, Aaron, Jay, Natasha, Megan, Becki, Matt, Ben, Michael, Kerri, Jamieson, Tara, Kent to name but a few…
Sarah & John
2 thoughts on “Top 10 things to do on a round the world trip: Part 2”
ecstatic dance and sharing in the joy and creative success of kindreds is what makes the world a big sunny playground! Come back soon. I can’t promise you celebs next door or affordable wine, but duty free allows for the odd 40 of tequila and if we drink it all and go to Ozigo we may get a John Bon Husband celeb-sound-a-like-sighting.
Balifornia may not have Yogurt land, but I do know how to make raw vegan coconut ‘yogurt’ from a young coconut and a probiotic tablet… and the taste really compliments a bottle of Bali Hatten Pink Wine… LOVE!
I LOVE the masks picture!!!
very good one!