Fourth Week in the House (Comments Reply)
Mizan from Dubai- I can tell you personally that even though I am an Indonesian, I still can't get enough of Bali. As soon as you enter the island, the atmosphere and the smell are just different. Well, about the flood and rain, it showed me about my boy friend's character in times of trouble. He (who is not a native, by the way) managed to stay calm and made us laugh about it. I'm still hoping you would share your unforgettable holiday with us :)
Hieu from Vietnam- Thanks for reading. I'm super glad that many readers from different parts of the world take time to greet me.
Ramilton from São Paulo- I've visited the site that you're reffering to; the beaches look blue and really beautiful. About english speaking people in Indonesia, the numbers are increasing. The younger generations are now studying English and (usually one) additional foreign language at a very early age. If you come and visit the island of Bali, Jakarta, or several big cities in Indonesia, there would be no problem at all, because most taxi drivers, hoteliers, shop keepers know how to communicate using basic English.
happy man from hk- Thanks. I'm back at the office now. Have a great day to you, too.
Gustavo Litwin from Argentina- Wow, that's wonderful! Do you ever think of having more kids? :) I hope you and your wife would visit Bali soon, and it's easy because you can book everything via internet. Plane ticket, hotel, spa, etc. Look forward to have your family in our country.
Feel free to ask me if you're having difficulties.
Ana Paula from Brazil- Hi Ana Paula, thanks for keep on reading my blog. I saw you on the previous bloggers list. Do you like to read Coelho, too? I guess Coelho is a down-to-earth writer ya... He keeps his readers close (via Plurk, his website, recorded video, providing ebooks, etc), and use their opinions as insight for his writing. I want to learn that from him (yes, I have a plan to write a book). What I like from his writing is his ability to deliver something (no matter how bizzare or vague) very natural and believable all through the end.
Sobah from Malaysia- Yes, I think you're right. Thanks for your revision. I also know that holiday can spoil us so much, today was my first day to work and I had difficulty to wake up early in the morning... *lols*. Thanks for visiting!
Naheed from Pakistan
Thanks. I took the pic while we were strolling at GWK. This gigantic hands are one of many sculptures that spread around the area. They kind of remind us of how small humans are compared to the universe.
Lucy from China
Hi Lucy, thanks for sharing your story with us. I felt touched reading your rain story, I guess we will always love the rainy days ya :) About why I can understand that Bali is a romantic gateway, well, I've heard so many love stories (between different races) started in Bali. I guess when we're on a holiday, we'd wear your most comfortable clothes, do whatever we want, laugh as much as we could, and let your "guard" down... and that makes our aura/ personality shines through! I guess that's why we definitely need holiday to break out from routines, especially if we're living in a hectic city.
Ellison from Shanghai
Thanks. One day I'd like to visit Shanghai too, and try to dine at the highest hotel in the world :)
Andre from Brazil
I'm glad that you enjoy this blog. Thx. I've enjoyed writing here so much too, that it's kind of sad when it's time for me to go.
I'll keep on updating comments through this posts..
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