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... sweaty from the heat and very content!
Our tour lasted about 6 hours...it's so beautiful here!! We feel so lucky!!!
Tonight, a nice supper followed by nice relaxing poolside beer...
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***we took some really cool videos...but could only post 3 short versions of them because the wifi is very slow .... We'll keep trying.
... is were you are most likely to fall asleep, and I did! Kirsty tells me that I was snoring for about 5 minutes, only to be awoken by someone pulling off a layer of skin from my face! Still, with a 1am flight ahead of us grabbing a bit of sleep then wasn't a bad thing. Our final treatment was a creme hair bath. We think this is meant to moisturise your hair. I'm not sure if it's moisturised, but it did make our hair go all boufon! Luckily I had ...
... ages building up a massive plate full of all the tempting dishes. A classic case of having eyes bigger than your stomach. However, it's the best way to go before a night out in Kuta as one thing you need for certain is a whole load of energy. We had ample of it after our meal and were raring to have a few drinks after what has felt like ages of staying in like sensible Sheila's. Time for a ...
... idea to show my teacher, Ketut, what I wanted to make. I'd gone for the cancer zodiac symbol. He suggested that I make it out of wire as strips of silver would make it look chunky and it would be too difficult for me as I wanted to make a ring that was predominantly hollow. I set to work bending the wire into circles around circular objects for the outer body and the inner two circles of the cancer sign. Next I made the two 'legs' of ...
... the rice paddies above the town (this time the sun was shining and they were so brilliantly green), visiting the temples and most excitingly for Dom, eating roast suckling pig, a Balinese delicacy!
Ubud is the cultural centre of Bali so we decided we really should see one of the dances in the evening which was well worth it with beautiful costumes set against the backdrop of the royal palace.
We had a ...