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... on the surface. Asia, you really need to work on your environmental awareness! Also we felt we were being stung everywhere and had indeed some bites, probably tiny jelly fish that we just couldn't see. I had another coconut there and yummy dinner just here and now I'm sitting outside in shorts, my sweat finally drying off, listening to music, watching stars and bats diving for a drink from the pool. Life could be worse! I just can't post this until next ...
... before making our way to the Changi Prison museum. The museum was fascinating and it was interesting to learn about the history of Singapore through World War 2. It is also shocking to think that despite travelling thousands of miles the effects of the same war were still being felt.
We finished the day off with a walk through Little India and an excellent little curry.
Sunday was a fantastic day, the Hostel ...
... where dozens of women and children were sitting making offerings.
Later I asked Wayan what they were doing and he said it was to prepare for the next ceremony for the 'dead', one in a long series of ceremonies- but this is the last one for a bit!
All along the lane small private roads lead to private villas.
If I was going to spend lots of time in Bali (and IF I had the money, I think this area would be my choice).
When I ...
Just a couple of hours drive north of Ubud by taxi and we arrived in the tiny mountain village of Bedugul where Bali's true Botanic Garden is. There is a 'tourist' Botanic Garden in Ubud (pleasant but not the 'real' one).
I come up here every time I am in Bali - mainly because I'm a volunteer Botanic Garden Guide in Adelaide, so very interested in things botanical, but also because it is stunningly beautiful and ************e else ...
... and I can’t find a fridge/minibar anywhere, so Munch walks down to the restaurant bar and conjures up a Beer Fairy to deliver to the room, who arrives a few minutes later and plonks two large bintangs down on top of the cabinet under the verandah – which of course turns out to be the fridge. Outside. Go figure.
Munch and I chat for an hour or so in the warm Bali night air, then retire to the room and slip into our large 4 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking