The view from Uluwatu.
All photos were taken with Lumix Lx3.
According to the local rule, we all had to be dressed neatly and properly. Hence this explains the violet ’sarung’ I’ve got on. I didn’t ask for violet one, but I guess Yande could read my mind. Apart from sunshine yellow, violet is my next next favourite
This is the family shoot:
(from left: nan, mummy, daddy and me!)
The view was simply breathtaking. Oh– kay, not quite yet. Wait till you see the sunset. ^^
We walked around in the temple area. [I was kinda bored at that time of waiting for the sunset]
I love the view, the breeze and the companionship with my family, especially my dad. He is very funny.. er, not quite. Not until he sussed out the wedding issue in our conversation. Not much appreciated.
“Daddy reckons it is the time you get married..” me yawning
“so, you can organise your Congress for 300 people in Perth, you can’t do anything for yourself?”
“tell me, how much $ you need ”
KA CH’NG! The last sentese perk me up a little bit more
Anyway. It was part of the joke.
One advice for the tourists: Beware of the monkeys!!!
These monkeys were terribly shocking! They steal everything! From sunnies, hair clip, earrings, cameras and hair bands!!!
Freaking annoying, can?
There was a tourist got injured when he was trying snap his sunnies back from the monster! He got scratched! Man. It wasn’t funny at all. [Think: infections. Think: tetanus!]
I was all shocked. I didn’t know what to do but gave him my alcohol wash.
[yer, a direct respond from a Bintang-overloaded Pharmer, yeh?]
Anyway, I’ve taken some photos during the sunset.
I was amazed. I was hoping Kian was there with me. [I miss my ney]
To my dear friends and everyone who is reading this blog (anyone still? knock knock…)
I hope you enjoy the sunset as much as I do.
Life is beautiful.. may the force be with you.
what the. okay. I start talking crap when I don’t get enough sleep. good night love. xoxo