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Trip Report Indonesia, Hello Bali

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About four hours after leaving Bangkok some of the islands of Indonesia come into view as we make our initial descent into Bali. What a beautiful tropical sensation as I make my first trip this far South in Asia.

On the walk to Immigrations and Customs I load up all of sort of things to do brochures and I can see already that my time here will be too short. A US$25 cash or payment by credit card with a 3% surcharge and it is not long before I am handing over US$40 cash for a two day car rental. The easiest car rental process that I have ever completed.

The fear of driving in Bali is not as difficult as predicated just more motorcycles to deal with. I am use to dealing with them in Asia even on the sidewalks.

My Bali adventure begins!

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