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... lunch time when the fish were all sold, but it seems the fish can be sold there for two days, after which they are dried and sold dried. By the time we saw them they were all looking a little sorry for themselves.
The sunset from the beach was lovely though, as you can see from the photos. All these photos are courtesy of Jane as I forgot I would need my phone to take photos. Sadly, there aren't as many of Jane ...
The idea of living in a sort of tree house is/was very attractive to me. I mean you life high up, can enjoy an awesome view, and share your little room with a bunch of other insects and birds which made for a great change. It is also exiting not to have light in your room and no TV of course. Luckily I was fortunate enough to bring along a flashlight which allowed me to read after having enjoyed yesterday's dance show and a dinner in the center of Ubud. ...
... tauchen! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ From Flores we returned to Bali and went back to our hotel in Jimbaran, where we had left our package in storage. Fortunately it was still there. In the early afternoon we went to Jimbaran Beach to eat some seafood, which the restaurants there are famous for. Apart from these restaurants, there is almost nothing to do there, we had expected some sunbeds, or stands to rent boards, but nooo. After ...
The cab driver arrived at 8:30 a.m., the hour we asked.
We wanted to go the artist's haven of Ubud, a community for writers and those of letters that started in the 1930s. The anthropologist Margaret Mead once took up residence in the area and since, it's been a destination for art galleries, temples, museums and street vendors.
The cab driver, in very broken English, also suggested rice fields and we asked to visit a renown lake in the mountains north of Ubud.
It highlights one of the largest cultural differences between the US and most of the rest of the world- we in the US do not have family. Comparatively, that is. We have found that if you ask an Indian, a Nepali or a Cambodian person about his family, he will tell you about his aunts, cousins, father's brother's cousin, etc. as a given part of his family. Of course you include these people. We asked ...