“Give me your shoe,” yelled the monkey.
“Ayeeeeeee eek eek,” I shrieked back. Nonsensical nonsense; monkey mumbo jumbo.
“I won’t ask you again,” he warned, tugging harder.
A garbled string of sounds was all I could muster. He seemed to understand.
“Fine,” he scoffed through a mouthful of sandal. He tossed me and my shoe out of his way and out of his mind.
Putting a stolen pair of glasses over his green amethyst eyes, he slowly ambled barefoot back into the jungle of Uluwatu.