Alongside the many little tasks that need doing this weekend, one main question needs answering:
How much money should I take with me to Bali?
As always, my first stop was Google. I literally typed that in and waited for my laptop to load the answers. And, well, there were a lot.
I suppose the main problem with asking that sort of question is that there are just far too many variables. People like to do different things, to eat at different places, to buy different souvenirs. Every couple will spend a different amount across a two or three week period.
The first search result was a forum. Someone had asked my exact question. And the first answer had replied: “At a minimum, $100-150 per person per day.” My jaw is still on the floor. PER PERSON PER DAY??
At the weekend, I decided it was time to GET ORGANISED.
I think I’ve been over-embracing the new not-a-control-freak-anymore version of myself. By which I mean, I booked flights for Bali, then I booked accommodation and then I did nothing.
I knew that I would need to sort out an international driving license but, busy with essays, the thought wandered off to the back of my mind. Until last week. When I had a mini meltdown, thinking I’d left it too late and that there was no chance I could possibly get it sorted in time and that we’d have to change all of the plans because I had been too disorganised to sort out driving licenses.