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... We met a lovely German couple who are staying at our guest house, he is also a youth worker and she is a nurse, Lars and Stephie. They have come from Java and told us about lots of fab things to do, we are looking forward to seeing such an interesting place. Such a lovely couple, we all sat and chatted away for hours, it was almost lunch time before we realised it and left the breakfast table.
Ubud is a melting pot of tourism ...
... of Bali, where everything is closed - including the International Airport - and no movement of any kind - pedestrian or motor vehicle - is allowed on the streets. Doctors on shift must stay overnight in the hospitals, as do other night shift workers, and the only vehicles allowed on the streets are emergency vehicles. It is a day of reflection on the past year, and the year to come, as well as a day on which to pay respect to the ...
... of unsuspecting Asian tourists. At one point we came through some heavy Rapids and our boat hit up against another slightly crushing a woman. Caleb starts laughing as we therefore passed that boat in The Race he had created in his mind. I suggested he tone it down or others would think we were Americans. Twice we got to jump out of the boat and float feet first down the river. Then we came to a good sized waterfall and got to take a ...
... just deep fried pork rind like you get in a packet), three bits of taro, a mound of rice, some deep fried red stuff that we presumed was pork, and the pork itself, that was tasty but nothing 'spesial'. It was $5.50. Who cares! Try getting a meal of meat and veg anywhere at home for $5.50 that isn't the pensioner special at the local club.
Gede had sent me a message the afternoon before offering to take us to the volcano on the way to Seminyak. We'd said ...
... harder than going up!
Temples & the Holy Spring
I love a good temple and Ubud has plenty of them! One morning I arranged for a driver to take the 3 of us around to see the best temples in Ubud and we weren't disappointed, the cavings into the stone were so detailed - they were really impressive. After this we then went to the holy spring, which in my head I thought was a hot spring. Before we arrived ...