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... volunteers that were in Ubud a farewell meal. We had a delicious meal at a sushi restaurant, albeit the sizes for the price were very small (two pieces of sushi for 34,000 rupiahs (£3) and not filling so it took a couple of orders to be full. It was then off to CP Lounge for a couple of drinks, bit of loud music and dancing to end the evening. When I say 'a couple of drinks' it basically just involved shooters and rainbow shots - CLASSIC. FHJ ...
... We ate there almost every night. Get the Chicken Parmesan. It's $4 and a great taste of home. Sorry for the advertisement, but we told them we'd right them a review (which they deserve). This is it :-) On our second to last day Laura and I thought we'd dabble in some surfing. Because that's what Lembongan is known for. We both caught a wave each! A pretty amazing feeling if you've never done it. But unfortunately I collided with another dude ...
... and not so slow yet a bit in the fast lane.
A visit from my Mom was last Feb., a hug and a tear when she arrived as it had been two years since we last saw each other live. She received a glance to my Asian lifestyle and the raw historical cultures of Thailand and Indonesia and how one uses it as a tool for teaching, such as massage, cooking, and there peaceful language only to reflect in their lands and spread to others wanting a glimpse. Throughout the year ...
... Thursday more flexible and 6 people in the class. Had a chicken pita bread from stand outside the restaurant on our way back from yoga with guacamole and salsa. after beach walk went to night market and finally got our pancake which we have tried to get on 3 occasions was okay but really worth all the hype and shared a roti with egg onion and mushroom which was nice but very greasy never been so full for under ...
... in its own way- Ubud was incredibly cultural, Kuta was a tourist party hub, the north coast was quiet and mountainous and Gili, well Gili was paradise. Tourism is a huge part of Bali's economy and we are told that the industry is still suffering as a result of the bombings all the way back in 2002 and 2005. We were asked to encourage everyone to visit- so come on, get your backpacks on, we're pretty sure you won't regret it. So as we are leaving- it's time for ...