Nuriani Roof Garden Guest House
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... had a little lie down on the bed (exhausting day of swimming and tanning). His folks came back, relaxed and well oiled; we got ready to go into town and waited for the shuttle at 6pm.
We were dropped off opposite the palace again and went in search of a list of restaurants that were potential places for dinner. After a few duds and bad menus; we settled for The 3 Monkeys, which was ...
... spent our last night at a beach bar and restaurant where we set off lanterns. It was a great week, but we did miss our Aero. He enjoyed the kennels with his cousin Bella, but was a little clingy when we got back.
Once back in Perth we went to a Fremantle Dockers AFL game on Saturday (9 May), the atmosphere was awesome with the Dockers winning the game quite easily over the Essendon Bombers!!
We spent most of this past week ...
Ubud has an abundance of culinary choices that are bound to satisfy even the most discriminating palate. It didn't take long for us to find several favorite places to dine.
Naughty Nuri's across from Neka Museum became the place for our occasional oh so decadent succulent BBQd ribs fix. It's always lively and easy to meet fellow carnivores. And ...
... who deserve the world but have nothing. The time that I was dreading crept up too soon and it was time to say my goodbyes to the children that have completely stolen my heart. They are the bravest, strongest, most inspiring people I have ever met and feel I ever will meet as they have to deal with unimaginable hardship but come to school everyday with the biggest smiles on their faces and so much love and enthusiasm. It has been an absolute pleasure working with them ...
... gate leading to a short decorative wall that is designed to keep misfortune and illness from the home. There are four buildings in each Balinese compound, the final one a temple. There are three sizes of home here in a typical Balinese house compound, the smallest 600 square meters, the middle one 1000 square meters, and the largest, for royal family members only, upwards of 3000 square meters, truly a palace.
Zabeth is continuing the construction on ...