Jati 3 Bungalows
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJati 3 Bungalows Ubud
it was a bit too expensive, but beautiful
and they advertised yoga but didnt have it
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I thought taking a lazy Sunday, but that was forgetting the kindness of Mr Nyoman, my dedicated scooter teacher. Yes, you heard me, at my advanced age I have to confess I never drove a scooter, and you know, it is a little more tricky than I thought. Heavy. Tricky gas handle because very sensitive: before I knew, vrrooom there it went, I braked but nearly hit a wall. Just crashed a finger. So... start over.
Mr Nyoman drove us to the nearby football field. ...
... was going to miss me because now I was a part of her family. This broke me and I couldn't hold it in any more. 3 months is such a long time to be seeing people everyday and living with them, so I really do feel like they are family now, which will make it so hard to say goodbye next week. The group dinner was at Bali Buddha tonight so I was very happy as I got to have gluten free pizza!!! I had such a nice chat with Kimberly as well and she said some really lovely things ...
... pulled up on the road and we could see the terraces rising up on the opposite side of the valley. "Ok we stop here and make a picture" he said. "Hang on" we said, "can't we go and walk through them like we can see those other people doing" we asked him.
He explained that we still had the monkey forest to get to yet and it was already 5pm. Well it didn't take us long to confer and agree, we would skip the monkey forest so we could stay here and explore the rice terraces ...
... around especially as the sun went down. After dinner I packed my bag ready to go as I had decided on a last minute dolphin watching trip from 6am-8am before leaving on my bus at 8.30am.
I was at the boat by 6am along with four others. I wasn't really expecting much but thought it would be nice to see the sunrise from the boat and any dolphins would be a bonus. It turned out there were quite a few and they even came close to the boat. We probably had ...
... vegetarian today.
Later we walked down Monkey Forest Road and paid a small fee to meet the monkeys in their forest. This is their territory, but they do allow humans to walk through, cute little things that they are.
Finaly it got too hot and we sought refge in an A/C internet cafe for some blog updates.