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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... here, succumbing to the mixed of heat, humidity, and the deep, unworldly smell that hangs from this place. We're no match for this enemy, and despite parched mouths, the sweat that hangs on our brows and lips, we can not go here. It's a forbidden place that only the mightiest of all of peoples could possibly endure. With all our sun blisters, peeling skin and bright red faces, we turn straight back in to the oven, and we're desperate again for ...
... the spring water to bring back to their homes for special occasions and or to be able to bless their loved ones unable to make the journey. I did not have a change of clothes with me that was appropriate enough to bathe unfortunately, so instead as instructed I went to the main fountain and washed my head, face and neck three times before drinking the water three times and holding some in my hands while praying. It was a pretty powerful experience to watch so ...
... to the other. After comparing maps with an American couple who looked equally lost, we came to realise that all Ubud maps look strikingly different, and all of them are wrong in their own special way.
We also visited the Sacred Monkey Forest, where troops of Balinese Macaques have been let loose in a patch of forest near the centre of town, and through which a constant stream of rather anxious tourists gingerly pick their way. Its rather like being shoved into ...
... Menjangan Island which was just plain gorgeous! The diving was brilliant, although I think I killed a starfish. The dive master went up to the reef and plucked a starfish, handed it to Charlie, who then handed it to me. When I looked up, the dive master had swum away. I am not skilled enough to swim right up to a reef so just kind of, well, threw, the starfish in the vague direction. Hope the little guy made it back. We also saw a nemo, a squid (which was terrifying) and a ...
... We got to the bottom and back to our car which was to take us back to Ubud and thanked our guide Jenny for what is one of the highlights of our trip so far.
Over the next few days we relaxed and checked out the sights of Ubud including heading to the local rice fields where you could just walk around and talk to locals. We met one guy named Wayan (everyone in Bali seems to be called Wayan - it means first child) who was looking after ...