Villa Patal Bali
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... So, Meghan headed into the room to work out a better mouse-prevention system, as Anoop and I pondered where it had gotten to. Then I thought, well, there are cushions in the couch, so as I lifted one, the very spot Meghan had been standing, the mouse scurried off the couch, onto the roof, and back into the jungle. Or somewhere. Thus ended the comedic scene that was the Sidemen Mouse Adventure and our time in ...
... ripped away. That injured monkey was, however, munching happily on a coconut when we met him, so I think he will make it. They are a tough breed!
The temple itself consists of a main temple, a holy spring with adjoining smaller temple, and a cremation site. Surrounding these sites are paved walkways with many carved statues, mostly of monkeys. Its actually eerie- you can be walking ...
... by a British couple....some lodging, an incredible pool, a beautiful spa and dining area. They had real gin & tonics! The walk home was under the stars with our trusty Costco power flashlights. It is interesting that there are so many beautiful villas in the area. The large French villa, with incredible room & views ran about $150/night...Villa Uma Agung was about $50-$70/night; all include breakfast. Our place was so nice...you can imagine the more expensive ...
... better busses. Our first stop in Bali was Negara. We went there to see the
famous Mekapung, the Waterbuffel races. The only problem was that we did not
have any information about time, location and transport to there. The man in
our hostel did not speak English, but after we imitated a racing waterbuffel
;), he wrote down 8am and some vague location. Luckily, later in the evening we
made friends with the cook in a restaurant ...
... They will transfer people to hospital if they need to- but the last one was after 3 days in labour! We then transferred to our next hotel in Sideman, an amazing place, lovely views, a infinity pool (it rained as soon as we got in it), a half outside bathroom, fresh air as no walls up high - but not many midges! Lots of geckos, frogspawn dogs, cats, lizards, bugs, etc Time over dinner to get to know our group more, before and early ...