At the beginning of my internship, i had this impression that people are quite laid back here and the work is chill. Lately, i have been working pretty hard actually and busy every day. We have been working on our upcoming Bali Highway Half Marathon that our company is organising. If somebody of my readers is a runner or anybody ,who wants to see what i have been working on, can check out the website (click) that we have made. I have been also working a lot on Facebook and Twitter and have sent too many e-mails. Actually, i don’t really like working in an office behind the computer unless the task is really interesting. But sometimes you got to do what you got to do. Nevertheless, the meetings here (the ones in English) have been quite pleasant. Meetings at a beach bar or at a sushi bar eating, drinking and discussing things. No complaints there!
The marathon that we are organising will be held on the new Bali toll road and it will finish in Nusa Dua where the awarding ceremony and party will be held as well. We as organisers went to see the place out and it was amazing. I would not mind organising trillion events there.
The peninsula is really cool. There is a viewing platform to see the beautiful view and how the waves are crashing into the rocks. In the night, the waves can become even five meters high and you can just go and look at it under the moonlight.
Last Sunday we went to Uluwatu in South Kuta to visit the temple where all the cute sneaky monkeys live and enjoy gaining weight by all the bananas that tourists feed them. The place was really breathtaking and it’s hard to put it into words how beautiful it was. The monkeys were very friendly, especially when you have a banana in your hand. They are spoiled though and they don’t take any kind of brown and old banana. You can eat that yourself if you want! Luckily no monkey stole anything from us. We went there in the afternoon and our guide told that they steal more actively during the evening when it’s cooler outside.