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After taking part in Asia Pacific Hash (ASPAC) all around the world, Neil Fitzgerald, one of the hasher from Australia is thrilled to know that the event is held in Bali. The ASPAC in Bali was held on Friday, May 9 in Sangeh Village, Badung.4
Before the event start, Neil had the chance to wonder around the village and took pictures of the beautiful scenery. “I had been in Bali before but as a tourist. Yet, now I come here as hasher in which I had joined ASPAC around Asia,” he explained.
According to him, Bali is a great venue for hasher. “Bali always put a great impression. Though this is only a day tour in Badung but this is very fascinating. There are a lot food, drinking and partying. Meeting a lot of friends from various country and I can make new friend,” he said.
Previously, he said, he had joined the event in Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam and Australia. “In this occasion, I was very surprise and happy because Bali has been choosen as the ASPAC venue. Here I only need a short trip. Although this is not my first time to become the hasher but I always feel different atmosphere in every different places,” Neil said.
“Sangeh is a great venue because the nature is still good. The existence of monkey here is one of great point, in addition to people culture and organization. Absolutely I will recommend this object to my friends,” he delivered.
Neil added, after join the event, he will continue to visit another small islands such as Gili Island. “I enjoy this very much because there is no exception for the participant, everybody can join. If I have a time to walk, I will do this again. After in Bali, I believe next years the event will continue to New Zealand,” he hoped. (BTN/ocha)
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