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... forest. That was definitely an experience. As a part of a philosophy homework assignment, we needed to go observe the behavior of the monkeys. When you enter the forest, there are carts every 500 feet or so that sell bananas. We decided not to bring or buy food since they tend to be aggressive towards those who have some. Even without food, two monkeys on separate occasions went for my feet. Their teeth are terrifying. We witnessed an ...
... green rice paddy fields and little Balinese houses. I stopped for lunch along the way, at an organic restaurant in the middle of the rice fields and then just walked some more. It was such a nice day. In the evening, after all that hard work I treated myself to an hour long manicure and pedicure and a giant ice cream sundae!
So, what now? Wait for Mum and Alex to arrive and celebrate my 30th Birthday!
To commemorate these events as we spin into the new year, I, as you all know, have found my way to the other side of the world. Does it change anything? Do I really feel different? Not really. Time heals all wounds, and we ain't quite there yet. However, I do have the luxury of taking it in stride with some beautiful friends, old and new, and in what most people would consider paradise.
We found our way to Ubud, a quaint little village in ...
... everything about the island. An incredible deal by every standard.
As we climb through the empty roads and villages toward the volcano, we run in to a blockade formed by a truck and several police officers. He asks for our papers, and our driver slips him some rupiah instead and we drive away.
... for lunch then left, the dark rain clouds were gathering again in the mountains we had just ridden through and the prospect of another three hour journey home with the possibility of finishing it in the dark, made us keen to be on our way. We would have loved to have stayed for a surf! The return journey on the 'main road' was marginally faster. I would like to have been able to comment on the views but I'm afraid I had ...