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... sad; one monkey was missing a foot; they were eating all kinds of fruit that had fallen from trees, but they were also surrounded by garbage that had been thrown from people's cars
- hundreds of scooters, weaving in and out of traffic; beep, beep, beeeeeeep!
We have tasted:
- Nasi goreng (fried rice) - yum!
- Sate ayam (chicken skewers) with a rich peanut sauce
- Fresh coconut milk; the gardener cut down 6 coconuts from a palm tree, ...
Charlie and I headed north in search of diving, discoveries and dolphins and boy did we get what we were looking for.
Lovina is the only place we really got hassled in Bali. I blame the fact that is wasn't really tourist season so we were pounced upon by anyone who spotted us. Which, lets get real, was everyone. People would pull over their various means of transport and offer us tours, taxis and anything else you can imagine. We played it safe and booked things with ...
... and I wasn't sorry to say goodbye to her at the end of the tour. We both hopped on the elephant with the help of a couple of guides and waited patiently for the other pairs to hop on their elephants. Suddenly, the elephant jolted forward and started to follow the elephant in front of it. I took out my camera and starting taking photos. It was incredible being on such a large animal, it was so much more compared to a horse. The tour took us through the beautiful rainforest and I ...
... and a real piece of Hindu culture. The constant chanting by the men in the circle around the performance added atmosphere and told the story well. After this there was a fire dance. This was amazing but scary. Suddenly the actors created a massive pile of old coconuts on the ground and set them on fire. The fire was about 1 metre in diameter and the flames rose high up. The dancing then came out onto the temple court yard. He was dressed as a horse in a wooden outfit and had no ...
... with several passengers, including young children, rarely with helmets. There are also lots of minibusses ferrying tourists or officials behind tinted windows and small lorries with buiding materials and foodstuffs. After an escape from the south on a motorway the roads are 2 lanes and narrow, with shops and houses built close to the road and pedestrians to avoid as well. Half way to the central Bali town of Ubud we stopped at a bird and ...