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Bali Bali.. tako zelo opevan Bali in tako zelo drugačen od vse Indonezije, ki sem jo do sedaj doživela. Tako drugačen, kot bi bil država in kultura skorajda zase v tej JV Aziji. Ja, je veliko bolj turističen, komercializiran, a kot je marsikdo rekel, da je turistični, a se da odkriti tudi kaj behind the scenes in da je …
... as it was Chelsea's birthday and then out for dinner. We treated ourselves to a £7 2 course dinner with a cocktail, which was absolutely delicious and then went for full body massages. It may be my first proper massage but it was amazing and very relaxing. A great way to end my time in Ubud. A great little town that shows the real Bali. I'd definitely recommend anyone visiting Bali to come to Ubud but I'd just say avoid the Balibbu Hostel unless you like being ...
... we began the climb up Mount Batur. The ground was sandy and dry, and ash stuck to our faces as we struggled up the side of the volcano. The cool wind and drizzles of rain were welcomed onto our red and tired shoulders. After hundreds of unsteady footsteps through the fog and dirt, we reached the summit of the first peak. A short rest was followed by an even more challenging hike through piles of volcanic sand up an ever-climbing slope. When we ...
... find the large volcanic Mortar and Pestle, didn't find one but did find some denim shorts that actually fit me for Aus$10 each. What a find, they fitted under my fat belly beautifully.
Left the Lippo and walked back to the Patra Jasa and hit the pool for awhile to cool down.
Then it was back to freshen up for the Japanese Restaurant, Do yourself a favour and eat at this place as it is superb food by the Chef of ten years.
And that was it for the day.
All the time we are here we are acutely aware of what brought us here. Which is basically the death of our friend. Isn't that in itself a weird enough dichotomy? Here we are, enjoying luxury (yes it's bloody afternoon tea time again) which we would never have enjoyed were it not for such tragedy. Believe me I struggle enough with that. And we 'visited Brad' again today and it's all so unreal. His temple is a high stone pillar, with no engraving such ...