Its May 9th today and we had a lovely thunderstorm an hour ago. My garden path hs 2 inches of water. Looking at the Bali 10 day weather forecast, I can see we might get some more tonight, then we’re all clear or a while.
My brother in law came over earlier, sporting his poncho. He has to wear pants and a shorts for his job, but showed up carrying his shoes with his pants rolled up to his knees. The 20,000rp umbrella I bought a while ago came in handy for me on my lunch trip. Wearing a short sleeve t-shirt, shorts a sandals, I wasn’t too concerned about the rain.
Right after the rain stopped, the sun came out and its Bali weather again.
Tourists were loving the weather today down at the beach on Double Six. Winds were light, skies were blue and everything was right with the world. From my workout place I can look down on the beach, so as the holidaymakers are sweating in the sun, I am sweating on the treadmill. Continue reading →
Bali is at the end of the wet season and the last few days have been affected by Cyclone Gloria. Legian beach looks like a garbage dump and large sections of Kuta Beach had a lot of sand stripped away, some of it blown onto Jl. Pantai Kuta. Continue reading →
Bali sits 8 degrees south of the equator and enjoys a year round tropical monsoon climate. There is little seasonal variation in temperature and the main seasons are wet season and dry season. December through February is the wettest time of the year and July to September the driest. Continue reading →