Friday, November 23, 2007

Bali musings...

The beach at Kuta

After watching numerous couples here at Bali with their kids, I've just realised the need for couples to have kids. Marriage is just paper work. Kids ink the deal.

I am not saying that couples without kids are unfulfilled. But couples with kids are definitely more complete.

I am aware of the word "divorce". A couple can divorce, but a parent cannot divorce themselves from parenthood.

Some more pictures from Bali:

The kuta beach road

Bali airport

The view from my room

A view from the hotel. The building on the right is the Hard Rock Cafe.

11 comments:

Prakash G.R. said...

>Marriage is just paper work. Kids ink the deal

Good one.

mathew said...

how i miss beaches here.. :-(

hey u should enjoy out in Bali..forget the world troubles for the four days.. :-)

the last quote is so so true!!

Amey said...

And people wonder why young people are not ready to have children...

TheDawg said...

Oy ! I 'ope you're enjoying. More pix will be appreciated.

PS: Is it true that Bali looks like Kerala ?

ap said...

njoi....

hope u have a great time in Bali....

hope and love said...

hmmm.. true..

Alexis said...

Bali and marriage...
I agree with Mathew. You should enjoy your time in Bali.
Nice post and nice pictures...

ദീപു : sandeep said...

A couple can divorce, but a parent cannot divorce themselves from parenthood.

how true !!!!!

Nice pics.

ToOothlEss WOndeR! said...

Whoa, Bali!
There are these days when one has to make tough decissions - like a sun soaked vacation some place exotic, or say, an enfield bullet.
And then there are some days when some other people post pictures of their vacation in some place exotic - say, Bali.
And incidentally, it happens to be a monday morning, and my stock is not doing very well.
This is hard to say, and it takes a lot of courage:
Have a great time, and click a lot of pictures!!!
*sob sob!

Praveen said...

wow.. i did miss something :)

Karthik Sivaramakrishnan said...

The only real purpose of marriage is children.