by Ros Kitson
For those who don't know, I got married recently. And a wedding traditionally is followed by a honeymoon. We went to Bali. Bali is an amazing place. The culture and the country are very different from the UK so much so, that I could write a book on it. However, right now, I want to talk about the traffic. I consider myself a good driver. I'm a confident driver and I'm pretty experienced, having been driving since I was 17. But I would honestly not rush to drive in Bali, because I'm not sure I'd cope very well. This is because the attitudes of drivers are very different over there. Over here, we have strict rules of the road. We follow them to the letter and we frown on those who don't. If we do break them (for example undertaking a middle lane hogger on the motorway) we sneak through slightly guiltily. If we see rule breakers, we glare, curse or even beep our horns.