Forced Feeding

One thing you need to get used to very quickly in Bali, is that things break, break down, are all ready broken or nearly ready to break. And sometimes, that can even include your wallet 😉

On this occasion, it is again, our beloved scooter. This time, it wasn’t a flat, but some other reason that our scooter decided to say, “you know what, I think I’m done”. And just conk out & not start.

So we’re forced to eat lunch at the beautiful Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant, while we wait for someone to come fix our bike.

Not that I’m in any kind of hurry, but…the Swans do play off in the 1st elimination final in 2 1/2 hrs.


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