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Posted July 26, 2018 07:09:11 A tourist who has travelled to the South Pacific island of Bali in search of the mythical paradise of paradise can now visit it for the first time in more than a decade, thanks to a special camera he built himself.
Dr Philip Mascarell’s project, which was unveiled at the Bali Film Festival on Saturday, is called the Bambi Project, named after the legendary Bambian prince who helped bring the island to life in the 20th century.
It is part of a new documentary series to be broadcast in July and will be the first in which Dr Mascares journey to the island.
It will be a short film, he said.
“The first time I’ve been to Bali was in 1989, and that was a very strange time,” he said, pointing to a wall in the hotel where he spent a day with his wife and daughter.
“I remember seeing the walls of Bambia, it was like they had been painted, and the streets were so narrow.”
It was really strange to walk around that way.
“But I remember the beauty of it, it’s like you see something you haven’t seen before.”
Dr Mascarenas travels to Bambiah in the Bintan and Kamaalu provinces and then spends time with his son, who was born in the capital, Bali.
“Bambiah is one of the most beautiful places in the world,” he explained.
“Its an island, you can’t walk very far from the beach and it’s very beautiful.”
That is why we built the camera, it made me feel like I was there.
“He said he felt like he was there in Bambih.”
In Bambiyas palace, there’s a statue of the Bamiyan prince Bambibi, the one that gave birth to Bibi.
“He was a young prince that wanted to be a great king.”
When he was about 14 or 15 years old, he went to the palace, and they took him to Bamiyas palace to meet his future father, Prince Bambibibi, and he met his future mother, Queen Bambiri.
“They brought him to this place where the prince was born and he grew up in the palace.”
Then he came back to Bama.
I remember that very well.
“And I remember seeing his father, his mother and his grandfather, Bambibo.”
Dr. Mascaris father was born to an impoverished family in Bali, but he was not able to pay his way out of poverty.
He said his family was poor, but they did well.
His mother, mother’s brother and father all worked.
“So I was able to go to school and do my education,” he continued.
“My mother and father did their best and they did the best they could do to give me what I wanted.”
Their children came up and helped me, and my brother was able too.
“Dr Darrin Mascari said his father’s legacy helped him become a better person.”
As a boy, he was a tough, honest person.
He could talk about the world, he could make fun of himself, he would do that.
“Even though he was very, very poor, he knew how to take care of himself.”
His wife, the only person who ever loved him, gave him money to buy clothes and clothes for himself, so I feel like he has a lot of memories, he has many blessings.
“Dr Cesar Mascary, a former policeman who now works as a security guard, said his brother was a model for good people.”
Our parents were poor and they wanted to send their son to the best school and to be able to get the best education.
So they helped him get to that place,” he recalled.”
After school he was going to study law, he wanted to go into politics, but the way he lived, he wasn’t able to make that happen.
Dr Marcella Mascarie said the Bamingu family was a family of hardworking people.”
He was always the guy who was always ready to help anyone who needed help, and in this country, that’s always the case.”
Dr Marcella Mascarie said the Bamingu family was a family of hardworking people.
They were able to provide for themselves, their children and their grandchildren, Dr Mabari said.
The Bambieres family had a great history, he added.
“From the time of our grandfather, our grandfather was the one who brought Bambiya to this island, the man who brought the island back to the mainland,” he told reporters.
“To bring back the island, he had to bring all the people back.”
We are here today because of that man, we’re here because of