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... from now on the walls will start to fill up with their work as they were very proud to see it up there :) Due to the large number the afternoon was so hard and they wanted to do 100000 different things! First footballs, then dance, then puzzles, then music, I was exhausted! I collapsed as soon as I got in and had my last chat with Jack before he left for Nicaragua :( Thursday: It was a very hard start to the day today as I had got no sleep and was feeling ...
... 15.8599996566772px;">When we near the crest, we're looking over a high ridge that forms the outside rim of a volcano. From here, we see that the ridge is a wide circle, and inside of the great basket sits a kidney shaped lake and a volcanic peak which is draped with arrested black lava formations. It's cooler here, there's a bit of wind but it's still dreadfully hot. The low areas that we look over have wide dead zones in them, and miniature ...
... airport is mind blowing, magnificent and large but I missed the timber lined corridors and the regulation timber and pale green vinyl tiles. No Smoking signs around the airport mean you are no longer blasted on arrival with the delicious smell of Clove cigarettes. The road aren't as bumpy and the buildings are getting taller and neater. Nevertheless, it's great to be ...
... seafood. We concluded (somewhat surprisingly) that the prawn was the tastiest and the best value for money. After lunch we head to Ku De Ta (which is one of 2 famous beach bars) in Seminyak to watch the sunset and have a cocktail. It was a cloudy day so it wasn't as pretty as it could of been but with a very nice cocktail in hand it was still pretty cool. The next morning we have to check out so we leave our luggage with the hotel as we are meeting Icha and Agung again ...
... as the pavements of Ubud are nothing short of lethal. There are bits of wood, spiky mounds of rubble, piles of aggregate, lagoons of rubbish, and black holes which could swallow both your flip flops and your legs.
Now I have had a good old British moan I can chill out to a level more in keeping with the place and get on with the good stuff. Our home in Ubud is the Made Arsa homestay which is run by a lovely extended family from a warren of courtyards ...