Saturday, November 26, 2005

The vibe at Cilik's Beach Garden, Air Saneh, Bali

Generally, being one of two sets of guests to whom 9 staff are devoted (because two rooms were vacant) in a town where the youth have nothing to do and those who do have things to do are making crude concrete bricks in palm leaf shelters, or threshing rice in the sun, is a little difficult. As one lazes away, it is difficult not to wonder what the staff make of such lassitude. According to Cilik, very few Australians have stayed here. It is the preserve of Europeans, Germans, Swiss, and Dutch in particular. Wayan, dubbed the gardener, but in fact the servant dedicated to the occupants of the octagon and the lumbung, is pictured.


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