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... here it seems. We drove for about an hour and half waiting for the countryside to start but it never did …….houses and shops the whole way!!! Lots of building construction going on. Lots of motor bikes to dodge. Heaps of traffic and so it was an interesting journey taking in all the sights and chatting to the boys about things we could see as we drove along.
We arrived at out booked accommodation after some searching and were greeted with ...
... each other looking out for each others back to see if the the little Monkeys come near us.
We went a gorgeous stress free temple called Goa Gajah, known as the Elephant Cave. There aren't actually any Elephants there. Loved this temple as it had a hidden path that lead you down lots of steps to old stone statues that had been eroded buy a natural waterfall. This one is worth visiting. Both the above temples were in Ubud.
Upon returning to the community hostel/center for creative, collective anarchy the 7 year old son of the owner/person living upstairs rolls into the room on a skateboard, holding onto a clothes trolley in one hand and an ice-cream in the other.. trips on a step, rolls and smashes everything on the ground.. gets up and demands, "hey, where have you ******* been *****es?!"..
This kid was so out of control and undisciplined.. seemingly deprived of discipline or ...
... out in the waters off of the Lovina shore. Once out there, a sharp-eyed guide would spot a pod of dolphins and race off to pursue, hoping to get his customers the closest to the dolphins before they dove down and away (usually because one of the guides would drive his boat directly over where the pod was swimming). This process would repeat again and again. It was utter chaos.
Oh, in case you were wondering, never buy crackers that are "Banana and Cheese" flavored. Not. Good. At. All.
... vegetarian today.
Later we walked down Monkey Forest Road and paid a small fee to meet the monkeys in their forest. This is their territory, but they do allow humans to walk through, cute little things that they are.
Finaly it got too hot and we sought refge in an A/C internet cafe for some blog updates.