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Des and I have had such a wonderful time in colourful, lush Bali, we're sad to leave.
We've really crammed a lot in during our stay, temple visits, markets, shopping, rice paddy walks, coffee plantations, wining and dining, and meeting some of the most lovely, gentle people.
Can't say enough about the beautiful Honeymoon …
... shown to my room (my bed is in the picture) which was very nice. I still haven't met my room mate, but hopefully that will happen today during my orientation.
I'm just waiting for breakfast at the moment which is at 9 so I will get my first taste of Balinese cooking!!
... pictures. What we loved about this place is that it had a very tranquil atmosphere and the monkeys were allowed to roam about freely. Surprisingly, the monkeys were extremely friendly and actually loved interacting with tourists, especially when food was on offer. At one point, I was sitting on a bench when I felt a tug on my rucksack, only to find a baby monkey trying to open one of the zips.
To round off a great day, Tash had planned a ...
... So this week was to letting my senses guide me through this journey and letting go of all my barriers and inner demons along the way. Also to being mindful and fully present while trying to forget and forgive the past and not to worry about the future, but just be here and now. It wouldn’t be a journey if it wasn’t easy so with that I continued to simply continue breathing. “I am aware I am breathing in and I am aware that I am breathing ...
... of the 30th. And here is where it gets interesting. The following day, March 31st, is an official day of silence throughout all of Bali, known as Nyepe. On this day of silence, everyone is expected to remain indoors : no one is allowed to leave their yards; no vehicles are allowed on the roads; and no businesses are open. Even the Bali International Airport is closed on March 31st, Nyepe Day. In effect, all of Bali shuts down for one day, as I ...