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Long trek home

How many hours can we stay awake?

overcast 32 °C

Flight home was good. Didn't get any sleep so by the time we got to brisbane we had been awake 21 hours. Starting to feel the pinch. Had to wait until 11am for flight. 27 hours awake. Starting to slip into micro sleeps. Got on flight to hervey bay. 1 hour flight. 28 hours awake. Jens dad at airport to pick us up. Glad to see him and be back in the bay. Got home summer goes batshit when she sees us. "Where have you guys been?" In dog language. Way tired now. Don't want to sleep now as it will put us out of whack. Get a second wind as we are talking to andrew. 30 hours awake. Decide to have some beers, seems like the right thing to do. Feeling ok. 32 hours awake. Feeling a little pekish need to eat something. Get together some food. 33 hours awake. Had food hit the spot. 34 hours awake. A little of bit of delirium setting in. Time for a couple of more drinks. Didn't we buy some duty free alcohol. Yes we did. 36 hours awake. We hit the wall. Time to hit the sack. 37 hours awake. I think we did well.
Before we crashed and i was a lot more coherent i put together this little blurb.
Had a great time on this trip. Everything you have heard about bali forget it. Just go there yourself and experience it. I now know why people keep going back. Awesome people, awesome country. To everyone who has followed this blog and our facebook rants a big thank you. Hope you enjoyed them as much as we did writing them. Hope it will spur some people to visit bali. You will not regret it.
Signing off.
Andrew and Jen
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Posted by andrewjenny 02:39 Archived in Indonesia

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