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... recover, the sunburn on the back of my thighs to fade and the board rash on my knees and forearms to heal.
The next day I was just as sore and decided to walk it off. I walked for a few hours alternating between the beach and the road, heading up to Legion, and finally to Seminyak which was supposed to be the shopping area. I wasn't in a shopping mood so just wandered round for a while before heading back. After relaxing for a while I went to the beach and did a 20 minute ...
... monkeys, all very fat due to being worshipped here. Then we went on to Padang Padang beach, where part of Eat, Pray, Love was filmed. It was very nice but too many rocks in the water. Then drove to Banangan beach, a famed surfer beach. We got there at sunset and the tide was out, revealing many rockpools. The drive back wasn't nice, so much traffic and in the dark too, all one way streets when we reached Kuta and we drove round and round. Well ...
On Wednesday, Loco drove us all around for a personal cultural tour. We started by driving up to Ubud to see a silver factory (where they make jewelery and such). Unfortunately, Loco forgot that the factory portion was closed down because it was voting day. Therefore, we just went into the store/gallery. There were some interesting things there, but being three scrubby-looking dudes, we felt very out of place. Obviously, we were not/did not buy anything (sorry, Emily).
... security. I was sure it must be past 8.40pm but we were not going to give up now. We rushed into the airport with out a clue where to go. I spotted a sign pointing to departures up stairs. I was carrying both the big packs and Janet was behind carrying the day packs. We jumped onto the escalator and ran up. At the top we where confronted with a very long walkway to the end where I could see a sign saying domestic departures. It was a really long walk way and ...
... the island you can see all sorts of offerings from chewing gum to cigarettes!). These baskets are placed by people in front of the shops/ temples every morning. Walking around the streets you have to try hard not to step on the myriads of little baskets.
So once the rain was over we left our hotel to explore Sanur by night. We came across a restaurant that had a show of traditional Balinese dance and music.
We sat and watched the show mesmerized as it was ...