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... we were known for something else here besides that. We started the day by going and watching a traditional dance show. This show they actually gave us a sheet that explained what was going on and why it was going on. The show looked like the same story line from from the show we watched last night. The performance is called The Barong and Kris Dance, and no I'm not naming the dance after me! So the. Barong is a mythical animal that represents good. ...
... see all the marble slabs that led you down into the deep water. Still outside was our lounge and kitchen area. The lounge had a big sofa perfect for chilling on in the midday sun and the kitchen was fully equipped with a large single piece of wood table. We had more treats when we went inside the villa to the bedroom. It was the only room inside and was ice cold from air con. The bed was four poster with drapes surrounding it. It looked so good I didn't want ...
... We spent so much time there that we almost forgot that we had planned to catch the sunset view from Uluwatu Temple.
Once we reached Uluwatu Temple [60000rp per person}, we were speechless by its beautiful view. The temple is situated just above the sea where we could see the horizon, separating the sea from the sky at our eye level. There, we watched ...
... it's raining.[Dramatic heavy tropical rain that makes the jungle grow - exciting] But it does stop, it is lovely warm rain anyway, and there is a great beach and lots of pools to enjoy. So for two days that was all we did, and it didn't rain anymore. And this morning the man arrived with our rental car - small and very pink - so we wandered off across the Southern end of Bali to a temple (Hindu) with lots of monkeys (holy monkeys it seems) with a penchant for stealing ...
I woke just before the sun came up this morning and I took about 5
steps from my bed to have a look over the cliff (lucky I don't sleep walk!) to
the beach below. I had forgotten
how large the tidal movements are in Bali and the tide was way out past the
reef. Yesterday there had been a
huge swell and lots of surfers catching waves where now there was no water at