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... it was really good! They stare with their eyes wide open and have their fingers bent, a little like the king and I with the funny dancing. We both really enjoyed it! I put some videos and photos up to try and get the just of it. We went for food afterwards and were in bed by 9.30pm, not really early enough for the early morning wake up call but I there was no way we would have slept before that ...
... here. The shops are full of flower of life designed clothes, more hippy gear than you can shake a spliff at, and the art, jewellery, paintings, design work and curios would not be out of place at Ozora, suffice to say, that’s why we feel at home here. Ubud is one incredible place, and much like Brighton, totally congested with traffic and one way systems! Ha ha!
We stocked up on supplies at the local supermarket which was a treat in itself. We have a gorgeous ...
... crowd. Then the gamelan started up and we were ushered through.
It's difficult to describe the chaos of the next hour - we had already been standing 2 hours waiting. Women were seated on every surface, other standing, crammed into the temple (which was open to the elements). The Gamelan was playing full pelt, about 30 men hammering away at 3-5 note brass glockenspiels, gongs, pipes etc. Round ...
... br> Bags full we jump into another taxi and head to padma utara for lunch at warung Yogya. Warung Yogya is one of my favourite places to eat.
The biggest lunch ever of Nasi campur for 20 000rp, that's $2. A delicious soup and bowl of rice, Tempe, cabbage, tofu, sprouts, chicken and egg.
So 2 servings of that and 3 lemon juices for $6. We were so full, we had to take the walk down to ketuts and Dedes to walk it off.
A couple more purchases and ...
... We didn't walk much further before finding our next photo opportunity. As we stopped to take a picture, an old lady sitting just down a dirt lane caught our attention. She kept calling "hello, hello" and waving us towards her. We finally ended up walking over as she was very persistent! She was selling coconuts to drink and started speaking in Bahasa Indonesian and pointing to the field, I think telling us what they were growing there and how. We ...